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Dead or alive: Toronto police revive interest in hunt for Regina-born accused killer

Wanted “dead or alive” — those are the words of Toronto police in trying to rekindle interest in one of Canada’s cold cases, the search for Regina-born Dennis Melvin Howe who is suspected of killing a nine-year-old girl 34 years ago. 522 more words

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Credit Suisse's Khan Says He's `Surprised' by Timing of Raids

 Bloomberg

APR 1, 2017 – 

(Bloomberg) — Iqbal Khan, Credit Suisse Group AG’s head of international wealth management, said he’s surprised by the timing of a tax evasion investigation that led to raids of three of his bank’s offices, days before the bank implements an automatic exchange of information with European authorities. 199 more words

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Mont-St-Hilaire killing: 'There were many red flags', expert says

Manon Monastesse says she felt her heart sink when she heard the news: a young woman was stabbed to death and police had arrested her ex-boyfriend. 894 more words

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Personal Injury Investigations: Wrongful Death and why you need a private investigator

By definition, a wrongful death is the result of a wrongful act or negligence of a person, or entity, which caused a death and is filed as a civil lawsuit. 549 more words

Criminal Investigations

Sûreté du Québec busts alleged tax fraud ring

The Sûreté du Québec launched a series of early morning raids Thursday in Montreal, Gatineau, Cowansville, Boisbriand and Ontario as part of a two-year investigation into an alleged and complex tax evasion ring. 57 more words

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ASIRT rebuke of Calgary police practice no surprise to brother of shooting victim Anthony Heffernan

Concerns from Alberta’s police watchdog that Calgary police investigating their own members may be granting them an “unfair advantage” comes as no surprise to the brother of a man killed by a police service weapon. 535 more words

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ASIRT questions use of conditional statements during investigations of officers

The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team is speaking out about its “long-standing concern” with a practice used by Calgary’s police service during investigations into the conduct of its members. 806 more words

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