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No additional credit for time spent on electronic monitoring

A Regina man found in possession of thousands of dollars worth of cocaine will receive no additional pre-sentence credit for time he spent on electronic monitoring. 498 more words

Crime And Law

Abby police say drug suspects active in Townline Hill conflict

Abbotsford Police say they have disrupted a major drug trafficking group involved in a violent conflict in the Fraser Valley City.

Three young men were arrested Thursday and now face a total of 16 charges. 332 more words

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Robber targeting small-town banks in southern Saskatchewan

After the fourth daylight robbery this month by a masked bandit in small-town Saskatchewan, RCMP believe the same man is targeting banks and credit unions in southeastern communities. 336 more words

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Hundreds of Canada Goose parkas stolen in break-ins at Ottawa outdoor stores

Ottawa police are looking for 350 very warm, very hot parkas that were stolen in break-ins at two local outdoor stores.

Police say the thieves targeted Canada Goose parkas in the break-ins at Le Baron Outdoor Products on Merivale Road and NRML Select on Richmond Road. 156 more words

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Guilty verdict in violent Saskatoon bank robbery

After about eight hours of deliberation, a Saskatoon jury returned a verdict of guilty in the trial of a man accused in a violent bank robbery. 308 more words

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Police change policy after some reporters blocked from court during high-profile murder case verdict

The Ottawa police have made immediate changes to the way security is handled at the Elgin Street courthouse after some reporters were prevented from covering a jury’s verdict in a high-profile murder trial Thursday evening. 464 more words

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Tax agency kept charges against high-profile Liberal quiet during election

The Canada Revenue Agency delayed announcing that a high-profile Liberal lobbyist had pleaded guilty to income-tax evasion until after the fall election campaign.

The agency says that when it delayed announcing the conviction of Herb Metcalfe, it was following the “caretaker convention,” which limits government communications to only those “necessary for government business” during the writ period. 703 more words