Kelly Geraldine Malone

The Canadian Press

Kelly Geraldine Malone is a reporter for The Canadian Press.

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Red dress fashion show in Kamloops honours day of awareness for missing and murdered Indigenous women

Models in uniquely designed red dresses are taking to the runway in British Columbia this weekend to make a powerful fashion statement about missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people.

Crown prosecutor seeks life sentence for former Saskatchewan Mountie who killed lover

A Saskatchewan judge has reserved his decision on how long a former Saskatchewan Mountie who shot and killed his lover should be incarcerated.

Draft of Saskatchewan's pronoun policy gave teachers discretion for at-risk students

Emails show an early draft of Saskatchewan's school pronoun policy would have allowed teachers to use a child's preferred identification if there was concern the student faced danger when parents were notified.

Sask. sex offender who fled to U.S. with children gets 52-month sentence

Convicted sex offender Benjamin Martin Moore has been sentenced in the United States to 52 months in prison as well as five years of supervised release and will not be allowed to initiate contact with children under the age of 18.

Report examines how James Smith Cree Nation mass killer was released from custody before massacre

An investigation into the statutory release of a man who went on a stabbing rampage in Saskatchewan has released 14 recommendations for the Correctional Service of Canada and the parole board.

Priest facing sexual assault charge in Nunavut will not be dismissed from Oblates

Johannes Rivoire, who is in his mid-90s and lives in Lyon, France, has long faced allegations he sexually abused Inuit children during his time in Nunavut. Oblate leaders in Rome have now ruled against his dismissal from the Oblates.

'Freedom Convoy' organizer from Sask. suing federal government for using Emergencies Act to freeze accounts

Chris Barber, a main organizer of the "Freedom Convoy" is suing the federal government for using the Emergencies Act to freeze his bank accounts, arguing it breached his Charter rights to protest COVID-19 mandates.

Former Sask. Mountie who shot lover found guilty of manslaughter

A former Saskatchewan Mountie on trial for murder in the shooting death of his lover has been found guilty of manslaughter.

Lawyer says Myles Sanderson release investigation should be made public before mass stabbing inquest

A lawyer representing a Saskatchewan First Nation says an investigation into the statutory release of a man who killed 11 people and injured 17 others should be made public ahead of a coroner's inquest into the stabbing rampage.

Dennis Edney, lawyer for former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr, dead at 77

Dennis Edney, a lawyer who played a critical role in the release of former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr, has died at 77. According to a published obituary, Edney had dementia and died Saturday.