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Vehicle hits woman and two toddlers in Temple Drive crosswalk

Calgary police are investigating a hit-and-run accident in a northeast crosswalk Wednesday evening that injured three people, including two toddlers.

A woman was taken to hospital in life-threatening condition. 240 more words

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Arrest made in 1991 St-Jean-sur-Richelieu death

The Sûreté du Québec made an arrest on Tuesday in connection with the 1991 death of a 69-year-old woman in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu.

Police arrested Francis Mulrey, 50, in Laval on Tuesday for allegedly beating Lucille Morin with a blunt object and leaving her to die nearly 24 years ago. 51 more words

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Man charged in fatal hit-and-run

A 58-year-old man has been charged in relation to the hit-and-run collision that killed Farida Abdurahman late Monday evening.

Abdurahman, 33, was walking to the apartment she shared with her sister, and had nearly finished… 552 more words

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Former Stamp stung by alleged fraud

This story was originally published in the Herald on Jan. 20, 2010

By Tony Seskus

A hearing into an alleged investment fraud by a Calgary energy firm has taken a gridiron twist, with revelations the company enticed cash from at least two former football stars, including a Hall of Fame linebacker with the Stampeders. 767 more words

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Milowe Brost: Philosopher of wealth who sold investors on his vision

This story was originally published in the Herald on Oct. 3, 2009

By Tony Seskus

It was a special evening for the 400-plus guests who were asked to attend an exclusive, invitation-only meeting at a north Calgary hotel. 1,973 more words

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Fraud investigator examines Brost and Sorenson's 'dirt pile'

This story was originally published in the Herald on Sept. 25, 2009

By Richard Cuthbertson

Barry Minkow served seven years in prison for bilking millions of dollars from investors with a fraud scheme involving a carpet cleaning company he launched as a teenager. 966 more words

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Brost and Sorenson charged after nine-year scheme

This story was originally published in the Herald on Sept. 15, 2009

By Gwendolyn Richards and Suzanne Wilton

A $100-million ponzi scheme that tantalized investors here and abroad with promises of gold and high rates of return has led to charges against two local men. 1,385 more words

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