Jian Ghomeshi on trial

Kathryn Borel: ‘It was death by a thousand cuts, that’s how it felt’

Read a transcript of Jian Ghomeshi accuser Kathryn Borel’s long, exclusive conversation with Maclean’s

EXCLUSIVE: Anne Kingston in conversation with Kathryn Borel

Anne Kingston talks with Kathryn Borel about Jian Ghomeshi, the CBC, her day in court, and her 18-month journey from unnamed Ghomeshi complainant to front-page advocate.

Anne Kingston on the end of Ghomeshi’s legal fight

Maclean’s senior writer Anne Kingston on Jian Ghomeshi’s first public statement since the beginning of his first sex-assault trial—and what comes next for the former radio star.

Read the statement from Ghomeshi complainant Kathryn Borel

‘Every day, over the course of a three-year period, Mr. Ghomeshi made it clear to me that he could do what he wanted to me and my body’

The latest twist in the Jian Ghomeshi case

Another development in the case of Jian Ghomeshi sees a potential deal reached between the Crown, defendant and complainant

How Ghomeshi’s second trial differs from his first

Anne Kingston on four key differences in the courtroom at Toronto’s old city hall

Anne Kingston reflects on the Ghomeshi courtroom experience

Maclean’s watched Ghomeshi’s first sex-assault trial from beginning to end.

Marie Henein defends herself

Why Jian Ghomeshi’s lawyer, Marie Henein, has turned her attention to Peter Mansbridge and the court of public opinion

The Jian Ghomeshi verdict is in. But the story isn’t over.

Just as Jian Ghomeshi’s sexual assault trial ended in his acquittal, the judge ignited new controversy with a strongly worded ruling

Lucy DeCoutere on the Ghomeshi disaster

The actress and Air Force captain speaks to Chatelaine about the crushing aftermath of the Jian Ghomeshi trial

What I wish I’d known before testifying in the Ghomeshi trial

‘Witness 1’ opens up to Chatelaine about being afraid, that bikini photo and how she plans to make coming forward better for other women.

The verdict? Jian Ghomeshi is not guilty.

Read the full verdict delivered by Justice Horkins