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Not all of Jérémy Gabriel’s difficulties can be attributed to Mike Ward, and not all the jokes targeting him were discriminatory; accordingly, the Tribunal awards him $25,000 in moral damages
The dangerous offender designation is appropriate in the case of the accused, who was convicted, inter alia, of kidnapping and assault with a weapon, and consequently sentenced to imprisonment for an indeterminate period; the evidence did not support the conclusion that a lesser measure would adequately protect the public
The accused, who was convicted in several files for drug possession, requested that he be credited for all the time he spent in a drug rehabilitation centre at a rate of one-and-a-half days for each day in custody; instead, he is credited for a total of one month for the seven months he spent in therapy
The accused, a former member of the Amerindian Police, was convicted on several counts of offences of a sexual nature committed against five young Aboriginal women between 1966 and 2006; he is sentenced to six years of imprisonment
Because of comments he made about the Muslim community in October of 2014 on the TVA Nouvelles Facebook page, the accused is convicted of having incited hatred against an identifiable group by communicating statements in a public place, contrary to subsection 319(1) Cr.C.