. Judge Finds Toronto Teacher Not Guilty in Teen Student’s Drowning in Algonquin Park « JO LEE MAGAZINE

CP24 – A Toronto teacher charged in connection with the drowning of a teenage student during a canoe trip at Algonquin Park in 2017 has been found not guilty of criminal negligence causing death.

In her decision, which was read aloud during a virtual hearing on Wednesday morning, Superior Court Justice Maureen Forestell said the conduct of Nicholas Mills, a C.W. Jefferys Collegiate Institute teacher who organized and led the school trip, did not “reach the level of moral blameworthiness necessary for criminal liability.”…

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