Police Are Investigating Two New Videos From St. Michael’s College School
The videos allegedly show an assault and threats being made on school grounds.
Judge says man who claimed 'sexsomnia' was pretending to be asleep
It’s the second time Ryan Hartman has been found guilty of sexual assault by an Ontario court.
Jian Ghomeshi Doesn’t Deserve Anyone’s Pity
Ontario judge allows accused in sex assault case to use extreme intoxication defense
Canadian government outlawed the defense in 1995, but Ontario judge says an accused who took a “date rape drug” can use the defense
Bill Cosby threw a courtroom tantrum after a jury found him guilty
From the historic trial emerged stories of Cosby barking like a dog, yelling at the District Attorney, and laughing during closing arguments.
University of Calgary Conducting Review Over Sex Offender Student
A petition has been launched to have hockey player Connor Neurauter expelled.
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Sex Assault Charges Against Mustafa Ururyar Will Be Dropped
The York University student’s guilty verdict was overturned due to the trial judge’s unorthodox ruling.
Judge Said Sex Assault Complainant Was ‘Overweight’ and Probably ‘Flattered’ by Attention
She was 17. Her assailant is a 49-year-old cab driver.
The Trouble With Saying 'Me Too'
Survivors are coming together yet again to shed light on high rates of sexual assault. They shouldn’t have to.
Some Survivors Unhappy with TTC’s Graphic Sexual Violence Campaign
‘It's not a delicate [or] gentle subject,’ a Toronto Transit Commission spokesperson said.
You Can't Blame Vodka Red Bulls for Your Shitty Behaviour
Research shows mixing energy drinks and alcohol has a placebo effect, making you feel and act drunker than you are.
Jian Ghomeshi Accuser Wants Judges to Reconsider How They Evaluate the Credibility of Witnesses
Linda Redgrave wants the impact of trauma on memory to be factored into judgments.