Michèle Audette, one of the four remaining commissioners on the national inquiry into murdered and missing indigenous women, announced Tuesday she has decided to keep working with the inquiry despite her disappointment with the federal government's limited extension.
Elizabeth Wettlaufer quit her job at Meadow Park Long-Term Care in London, Ont., the day after a large amount of narcotics went missing. She spent the weekend in hospital after overdosing, a public inquiry heard.
If you've never held a gun or brandished a knife, it's hard to imagine the thought process behind an allegation of murder or aggravated assault. Not so for vehicular offences — in a country where most adults have a driver's licence.