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Time for a comprehensive
(2022,
issue 1)
BY GARRY W.G. CLEMENT [field_writer2]

Why has Canada gone so long without a comprehensive Organized Crime Strategy?

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[field_writer2] Led by BC Supreme Court Justice Austin Cullen

The final report of the Commission of Inquiry into Money Laundering in British Columbia was released on 22 June 2022. Since the Commission was announced in May 2019, it has held five community meetings around the province, undertaken thousands of hours of investigation, research and interviews, held 143 hearing sessions over 138 hearing days, heard testimony from 199 witnesses with an additional 23 witnesses providing evidence via sworn affidavit, received 1,063 exhibits, and released an Interim Report.

(2021,
issue 1)
[field_writer2] BY S/SGT LINDSEY HOUGHTON

Gangs have been embracing the “unknown” advantage for contracting out their dirty deeds.

A great number of Canadian gangs and gang members have always been transient, expansion minded, and not afraid to fight it out for territory. Such conflicts and “gang wars” have been waged across the country for years. 

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A FRONTLINE REPORT
(2019,
issue 2)
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The aging population is a highly vulnerable target for drug traffic organizations (DTOs). Seniors are active, they love to travel, and many are looking for companionship. Increasingly, they are carrying out these activities online and are unwittingly becoming prime targets for drug dealers wishing to smuggle illicit narcotics into the country. Many of these DTOs operate out of West Africa, luring seniors through the internet and social media.

(2019,
issue 1)
BY GARRY W.G. CLEMENT [field_writer2]

Is it time to modernize the RCMP mandate?

There is no denying that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) has a proud history, having served Canada well since its establishment in May 1873 as a central police force. When it comes to national law enforcement, the RCMP has endeavoured to be all things to all people. Today, its scope of operations is expanding an all five key areas: Serious and Organized Crime; Financial Crime; National Security; Protective Policing; and Criminal Intelligence.

(2019,
issue 1)
BY CASEY BRUNELLE [field_writer2]

On 9 September 1949, a Canadian Pacific Airlines DC-3 exploded near Sault-au-Cochon, Québec, killing 23 people. The wreckage is visible in the photo below. Two weeks later, Albert Guay was charged with having placed a dynamite time bomb in his wife’s suitcase with the intent to kill her, circumvent a divorce, and claim $10,000 in life insurance money for him and his unknowing mistress.

(2019,
issue 1)
BY JACQUES BRUNELLE [field_writer2]

On 9 September 1949, a Canadian Pacific Airlines DC-3 exploded near Sault-au-Cochon, Québec, killing 23 people. The wreckage is visible in the photo below. Two weeks later, Albert Guay was charged with having placed a dynamite time bomb in his wife’s suitcase with the intent to kill her, circumvent a divorce, and claim $10,000 in life insurance money for him and his unknowing mistress.

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