When Sig Hansen learned of the lost crew, he was visibly upset. Hansen said,“I freaked out. I just lost one of my best friends.”
An immigrant doctor doing medical training in the United States can keep his Canadian citizenship even though he had spent far fewer days in Canada than normally required to become a citizen, Federal Court has ruled. In rejecting an appeal from the federal government, Judge Susan Elliott found no reason to undo an earlier decision to allow Irfan Saddique to become a Canadian. Court records show Saddique declared only 177 days of physical presence in Canada when he applied to become a citizen, well short of the required 1,095 days.
A Toronto psychiatrist has lost his licence to practise after becoming romantically involved with a former patient less than a month after their professional relationship ended. The document says the woman announced she no longer wanted to be his patient about a year later amid concerns from her family over her relationship with - and her own romantic feelings for - the psychiatrist. It says they started to date within a few weeks and began a sexual relationship the following month.
In an effort to keep James in Northeast Ohio, the Cavs took a chance on a solid deal and the dream of a better tomorrow.
The municipality of Pointe-des-Cascades, Que., says it won't remove an anchor adorned with a swastika in a neighbourhood park because the piece has historical significance. Last Thursday, Corey Fleischer, the founder of Erasing Hate, was called to Parc Saint-Pierre in the small village west of Montreal to remove the swastika. Fleischer is known for patrolling the Montreal area to scrub away hateful graffiti.
A Hamilton judge who could be suspended or dismissed for wearing a Donald Trump hat in court told a misconduct hearing he was "stunned" by the U.S. election outcome in November, and was just trying to make people laugh the next day.
Princess Diana's death in 1997 came a shock to royal fans the world over, but it was her family, friends and staff that were hit the hardest. As her 20th death anniversary approaches, Diana's former head chef Darren McGrady recalls the moment he learnt the Princess had died.