Katie Toth

strip clubs

Nova Scotia’s Last Strip Club Has Closed

Owners once claimed to be recession-proof, but Ralph's dancers hustled for tips in a fading industry.
Katie Toth
1.15.18
News

Human Rights Commission Will Investigate Racial Profiling by Toronto Police

The Ontario commission wants to find out which police interactions most commonly involve discrimination.
Katie Toth
11.30.17
crime

How One Extremely Violent Youth Is Testing the Juvenile Detention System

He killed a man at 15. He’s fought guards and bullied his fellow teen inmates. Now he’s caught in a fight in Nova Scotia about where he belongs.
Katie Toth
10.24.17
crime

How a Drug-Dealing Med Student Was Convicted of Murder

Dalhousie student William Sandeson killed a fellow student dealer in order to pay off his debts.
Katie Toth
6.19.17
crime

Halifax’s Wild Crime Family Murder Trial Ends With a 'Not Guilty'

The city’s notorious criminal Jimmy Melvin Jr. was found not guilty in the killing of his counterpart in another organization.
Katie Toth
6.2.17
crime

Defence Suggests Key Witness to Halifax Murder Was Sleeping With Victim’s Wife

Jimmy Melvin’s lawyer suggested the Crown’s star witness had reason to see the victim dead.
Katie Toth
5.10.17
crime

Key Witness in Halifax Murder Trial Had a Very Bad Day in Court

The Crown’s star witness in the Jimmy Melvin murder trial had his criminal past examined.
Katie Toth
5.9.17
Motherboard Homepage

Banned Pesticides Keep Turning Up in Canada’s Medical Weed

So what happens when it’s legalized?
Katie Toth
4.21.17
News

After Yet Another Controversial Acquittal, Some Sex Assault Reforms on the Way

A decision in Halifax has spurred politicians to act in Ottawa.
Katie Toth
3.9.17
crime

Sexual Assault Advocates Pushing for Nova Scotia Judge’s Removal After Controversial Decision

After acquitting a Halifax cab driver of sexual assault, Justice Greg Lenehan said, “clearly a drunk can consent.”
Katie Toth
3.2.17
News

Nova Scotia Students Locked Out of School as Teacher Contract Talks Fall Apart

It's a snow week!
Katie Toth
12.5.16
investigations

As Halifax's Murder Rates Rise, Many Focus on the Stereotypes of a Rap Scene

While many are following the purported troubles of a local rap scene, a family copes with the loss of a son.
Katie Toth
11.17.16
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