An Ottawa police patrol sergeant who alleged he was subjected to a barrage of misconduct investigations as reprisals after his wife made a sexual harassment complaint against a deputy chief, has pleaded guilty to one count of discreditable conduct. The officer was originally charged with four disciplinary offences in January — insubordination, discreditable conduct, neglect of duty and breach of confidence under the Police Services Act — all dating back to his response to a November shoplifting call. The officer pleaded guilty to discreditable conduct and the police prosecutor withdrew the three other charges as a result. The woman filed a human rights complaint , detailing how she was allegedly harassed by Deputy Chief Uday Jaswal. In January , Chief Peter Sloly requested that an outside police agency investigate the complaint.
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A new Ottawa franchise was formed as the Renegades in and lasted until the end of the season. The league liquidated the Renegades roster in a dispersal draft and placed the Ottawa CFL franchise up for sale, with the intent of eventually returning to the city. On March 25, , Jeff Hunt , the owner of the Ontario Hockey League 's Ottawa 67's , spearheaded a group that was awarded a franchise. The team planned to begin play in , but cracks in the concrete structure in the south stands of Frank Clair Stadium led to the demolition of those stands and delayed the start of team operations. The league then set a new date of for the team's debut, but lawsuits forced the delay of reconstruction of the stadium to be pushed back even further. Concurrently, Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk had announced plans to bid for a Major League Soccer franchise to play in Ottawa, intending to build a new soccer-specific stadium near the Senators' Scotiabank Place now Canadian Tire Centre in support of that plan.
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Stay in the loop every day with Yahoo Finance's free Fully Briefed newsletter. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison plan to coordinate their efforts to make tech giants pay media outlets for their content, Ottawa said Tuesday after a conversation between the two leaders. Their conversation, which took place Monday, came after Facebook blocked Australian users from accessing news content on its platform in response to a regulatory bill being considered in the country's Parliament. The US social media giant announced Tuesday, however, it would remove the news ban after the move sparked outrage in Australia and internationally. The Australian bill, the first of its kind in the world, is vehemently opposed by tech titans thanks to provisions which would govern the online financial relationship between such companies and media.
Psychological Abuse: A Discussion Paper. This paper is a review of research on psychological abuse in interpersonal and family relationships including in settings such as long-term care residences. There is no simple definition of psychological abuse. It includes threats of harm or abandonment, humiliation, deprivation of contact, isolation and other psychologically abusive tactics and behaviours.