It was one of those sporting moments, reminiscent of Paul Henderson scoring the winning goal in the Canada-Soviet Union hockey summit of 1972, or Joe Carter swatting the World Series-winning home run last fall. Down by a stroke and under enormous pressure, Nick Price sank a nearly impossible 60-foot eagle putt on the second-last hole of the British Open at Turnberry, Scotland, last July to win the most prestigious title in golf by a single shot.By JAMES DEACON8 min
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled that all Canadians facing criminal charges whose mother tongue is neither English nor French have a right to continuous, accurate interpretation of court proceedings in their first language. The ruling stemmed from a case in which a Vietnamese-born man convicted of sexual assault in Nova Scotia in 1991 received only short summaries of the testimony during a key part of his trial, rather than full and simultaneous translation.
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