1. Order of Canada recipient says Nepal child rape conviction wrongful  CTV News
  2. Order of Canada recipient Peter Dalglish found guilty in Nepal of sexually assaulting children  The Globe and Mail
  3. Order of Canada recipient Peter Dalglish found guilty of Nepal child rape  National Post
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An Order of Canada recipient has been found guilty of sexually assaulting children in Nepal after a police investigation and trial his lawyers describe as a travesty of justice.An Order of Canada recipient has been found guilty of sexually assaulting children in Nepal after a police investigation and trial his lawyers describe as a travesty of justice.

Order of Canada recipient says Nepal child rape conviction wrongful | CTV News

The international aid worker plans to appeal the verdict in a case marked by vivid allegations and dramatic inconsistenciesThe international aid worker plans to appeal the verdict in a case marked by vivid allegations and dramatic inconsistencies

Order of Canada recipient Peter Dalglish found guilty in Nepal of sexually assaulting children - The Globe and Mail

Sentencing for Dalglish, expected in about two weeks, could see the well-known aid worker jailed for as long as 13 yearsSentencing for Dalglish, expected in about two weeks, could see the well-known aid worker jailed for as long as 13 years

Order of Canada recipient Peter Dalglish found guilty of Nepal child rape | National Post

Sentencing for Dalglish, expected in about two weeks, could see the well-known aid worker jailed for as long as 13 yearsSentencing for Dalglish, expected in about two weeks, could see the well-known aid worker jailed for as long as 13 years

Order of Canada recipient Peter Dalglish found guilty of Nepal child rape | National Post

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TORONTO — An Order of Canada recipient has been found guilty of sexually assaulting children in Nepal after a police investigation and trial his lawyers describe as a travesty of justice.TORONTO — An Order of Canada recipient has been found guilty of sexually assaulting children in Nepal after a police investigation and trial his lawyers describe as a travesty of justice.

Order of Canada recipient guilty of child rape in Nepal | Canoe

TORONTO — An Order of Canada recipient has been found guilty of sexually assaulting children in Nepal after a police investigation and trial his lawyers describe as a travesty of justice.TORONTO — An Order of Canada recipient has been found guilty of sexually assaulting children in Nepal after a police investigation and trial his lawyers describe as a travesty of justice.

Order of Canada recipient guilty of child rape in Nepal | Canoe

A former London lawyer who left the legal world more than 30 years ago to become an expert in international humanitarian work with street children, efforts that earned him the Order of Canada, has been convicted of sexually abusing kids in Nepal.A former London lawyer who left the legal world more than 30 years ago to become an expert in international humanitarian work with street children, efforts that earned him the Order of Canada, has been convicted of sexually abusing kids in Nepal.

Ex-London lawyer who led global work with street kids convicted of sexual abuse | The London Free Press

A former London lawyer who left the legal world more than 30 years ago to become an expert in international humanitarian work with street children, efforts that earned him the Order of Canada, has been convicted of sexually abusing kids in Nepal.A former London lawyer who left the legal world more than 30 years ago to become an expert in international humanitarian work with street children, efforts that earned him the Order of Canada, has been convicted of sexually abusing kids in Nepal.

Ex-London lawyer who led global work with street kids convicted of sexual abuse | The London Free Press