Dellen Millard likely to spend entire life behind bars; Ottawa targets drunk drivers with new roadside test law
Dellen Millard handed third life sentence, behind bars until 2088
A Toronto serial killer will remain behind bars for 75 years.
Dellen Millard was handed a third life sentence for killing his father Wayne. His first two life sentences were in relation to the murders of Laura Babcock and Tim Bosma. Millard will serve each 25-year-sentence consecutively, with no chance for parole until he’s 102 in 2088.
Catholic Church officials urged to meet victims ahead of sex scandal summit
Vatican officials are being urged to meet with sex assault victims around the globe.
Pope Francis is holding a summit in late February to address an outpouring of sex abuse cover-up reports. But, before Catholic officials meet with the pope, organizers say they must meet with victims to get a better scope of the problem. Claims of cover-ups have come in from countries like the US, Chile and Australia.
Drunk drivers beware: Police have new freedom to give roadside tests
Canadian authorities now have more freedom to catch impaired drivers.
New legislation coming into effect today allows police officers to demand a breath test for any driver pulled over for any legal reason. The feds hope this new law will help police bring down the number of impaired driving-caused deaths on Canada’s roads.