A Calgary law professor says the case of Cindy Gladue, a First Nations woman killed in Edmonton motel room could change the way sex crimes are prosecuted in Canada.
Defence lawyers are asking the country’s top court to weigh in on the case of an Ontario trucker accused of murdering Cindy Gladue.
Bradley Barton turned himself over to police earlier this month and was released on bail pending trial.
A 49-year-old Ontario man ordered to be re-tried on first-degree murder in the death of Cindy Gladue, turned himself into Edmonton authorities and was released on $5,000- bail.
The Canadian Press The Alberta Court of Appeal has ordered a new trial in the…
APTN National News News of an appeal in the Cindy Gladue case Thursday came as rallies…
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Re-trial of Cindy Gladue’s killer Bradley Barton dominated headlines in 2021