Tony Kakfwi Fights Mandatory Minimum 4-Year Sentence for being stupid in public… with a gun

The inconvenient truth for Tony Kakfwi is that being stupid in public has consequences. Those consequences include a 4-year mandatory minimum prison sentence for one of the charges he faces. Understandably, Tony Kakfwi doesn’t want to go to prison for

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Two Self-Defense Cases End with Prison Term for homeowner in one, offender in other

When faced with a trespassing criminal, Canada’s laws on the use of force to repel criminals on our own property are still a terrifying mess. Firing a warning shot is deemed legal in Saskatchewan but criminal in Ontario. Both cases

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