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Notable Canadian cases where an accused was found not criminally responsible

Notable Canadian cases where an accused was found not criminally responsible

Here's a look at some high-profile Canadian cases in which there was a not criminally responsible finding: Matthew Raymond Raymond shot and killed four people — two civilians and two police officers — from the window of his Fredericton apartment on A
Jury in murder trial of N.B. shooter ends third day of deliberations without verdict

Jury in murder trial of N.B. shooter ends third day of deliberations without verdict

FREDERICTON — The jury at the trial of Fredericton mass shooter Matthew Raymond has ended its third day of deliberations without a verdict.
Indigenous students from Quebec still can't return to N.B. high school

Indigenous students from Quebec still can't return to N.B. high school

An intergovernmental dispute has kept more than 100 high school students from a Quebec Indigenous community out of the classroom at their New Brunswick high school for over a month.

Mount Allison University says detailed plan to address sexual violence coming soon

SACKVILLE, N.B. — Mount Allison University says it will release details of its plan to address sexual violence on campus in the coming days, following two weeks of criticism from current and former students.
Atlantic bubble shudders as COVID-19 cases rise in three Atlantic provinces

Atlantic bubble shudders as COVID-19 cases rise in three Atlantic provinces

FREDERICTON — The Atlantic bubble appears to be holding fast against the rising tide of COVID-19 infections in the rest of Canada, but there were a few more signs Thursday that the region's shield is slipping.
N.L. government advises motorists to drive with care on roads full of caribou

N.L. government advises motorists to drive with care on roads full of caribou

HOWLEY, N.L. — After the first snowfall every year, the population of Howley, N.L., suddenly swells, and traffic gets so bad the government has to step in.
COVID-19 case confirmed at N.L. retirement home, infections jump in New Brunswick

COVID-19 case confirmed at N.L. retirement home, infections jump in New Brunswick

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A positive case of COVID-19 has been confirmed at a Newfoundland and Labrador retirement home. Eastern Health authority spokeswoman Tracey Boland said a tenant of Blue Crest Cottages in Grand Bank, N.L.
Defence sought mistrial one day after start of Fredericton mass murder proceedings

Defence sought mistrial one day after start of Fredericton mass murder proceedings

FREDERICTON — One day after the trial for the 2018 mass shooting in Fredericton began, the defence sought a mistrial, which could have derailed the legal proceedings against admitted killer Matthew Raymond.
Jurors begin deliberations in Fredericton mass murder trial

Jurors begin deliberations in Fredericton mass murder trial

FREDERICTON — The jury has begun its deliberations at the mass murder trial of Matthew Raymond, a case that is testing the defence of not criminally responsible due to a mental disorder.
New Brunswick government crows about province's pandemic response in throne speech

New Brunswick government crows about province's pandemic response in throne speech

FREDERICTON — Premier Blaine Higgs' government congratulated itself Tuesday for handling the COVID-19 pandemic better than most jurisdictions, saying in a throne speech that New Brunswick had received "positive reviews from across Canada.
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