TIFF is offering a free digital screening of “Concrete Cowboy” for 500 essential workers in the Toronto area next week.
Several of the 28 women a Calgary neurologist sexually assaulted over three decades told a judge Tuesday that what happened during their 15-minute appointments led to years of anxiety, shame, self-doubt and fear of doctors.
By Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press OTTAWA — A prominent human-rights organization says Canada is failing to bring suspected war criminals to justice. In a newly released report, Amnesty International Canada depicts the federal Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Program as underfunded and underused. Twenty years ago, Canada enshrined in federal law universal jurisdiction […]
CALGARY — Several women are expected to speak in court today about a retired Calgary neurologist who sexually assaulted them. Keith Hoyte pleaded guilty in January to assaulting 28 female patients over three decades. Crown prosecutor Rosalind Greenwood says about 20 victims are expected to attend Hoyte’s sentencing hearing. She says many are expected to […]