B.C. man convicted of online hate crime back in court

A  B.C. man convicted of an anti-Semitic hate crime is back in court.  Arthur Topham was convicted in 2015 of one count of  communicating

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UCP bill proposes changes Victims of Crime Act to fund police, prosecutors

Alberta’s justice minister will introduce a bill Thursday which would see the Victims of Crime Fund broadened to include funding public safety initiatives. Justice Minister Doug

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She used to help victims of crime. But a daytime, drug-fueled robbery ended her career

On a sunny October afternoon in 2018, a businessman driving through downtown Prince heard a woman screaming for help. Two postal workers, picketing outside

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Opening remarks kick off B.C.’s public inquiry on ‘insidious crime’ of money laundering

B.C.’s money laundering problem will take centre stage on Monday as a commission begins to hear evidence about illegal activity in the province’s economy.

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Winnipeg business owner fed up with thefts, hopes crime roundtable will bring new suggestions – Winnipeg

A Winnipeg business owner is anxious to find out what was discussed at a retail crime roundtable on Friday as he continues to deal

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B.C. disbanded RCMP unit after report warned possible crime figure bought stake in casino

A businessman “connected to Asian organized crime” was allowed by a British Columbia government employee to buy part of a B.C. Lottery Corp. casino,

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Mapping out rural crime in Alberta

Fear and frustration. That’s what many Albertans feel as they look for ways to combat rural crime in their communities. CBC looked at some of the

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Record year for Crime Stoppers tips leads to more cases cleared in Regina – Regina

Media outlets don’t know their names – or what they shared – but more than a thousand people sent in anonymous tips that helped

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Severe Weather Contractor Scams – Cool Weather Videos on youtube

After a disaster, contractors and others will often go door-to-door in neighborhoods which have sustained damage to offer clean up and/or construction and repair

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‘Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time,’ B.C. judge reminds fentanyl dealer

Sixty hours of volunteering over two years is not nearly enough to escape jail time for the “exceptional” crime of selling fentanyl on the

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