Mafia-tied developer, Tony Magi, shot dead in Montreal

MONTREAL - To many police investigators familiar with the conflicts Tony Magi was involved in over the course of many years, what happened in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce on Thursday was inevitable. (Montreal Gazette)
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  • ‘Disgusting:’ Ex-Mountie who won first harassment suit says little has changed

    Alice Clark wanted to be a Mountie before women were even permitted to join the force.But when she joined in 1981, it wasn’t the honourable job she was expecting. After experiencing years of harassment, Clark left the force and became the first woman to successfully sue the RCMP for sexual harassment. (Global News)

    Two arrested in Kingston in ‘national security’ investigation

    KINGSTON - The RCMP have made two arrests in Kingston, Ont., in what a government official confirms is a national security investigation. The RCMP tweeted Thursday evening that "all actions are being taken to ensure public safety" and more information will be provided on Friday. (CTV)

    Two dead after separate shootings at Kamloops hotels

    KAMLOOPS - No arrests have been made, no suspects have been identified, and it is unknown if the two incidents are related. Two men are dead after shootings outside two Kamloops hotels on Wednesday morning. (The Province)

    Former school trustee, former teacher among 47 arrested in teen sex sting

    VANCOUVER - A former Vision Vancouver school board trustee and a former Little Flower Academy teacher are among 47 people arrested in a Vancouver police sting targeting men willing to pay for sex with teenage girls. (Vancouver Sun)

    For the good of the Force: The cost of the RCMP’s dysfunction

    When Pierre Lemaitre graduated in red serge in 1986, he was shipped to B.C., far from his Quebec upbringing. Location didn’t matter: he had his Stetson and his Strathcona boots — he was a Mountie. This was the realization of a lifelong dream. (Global News)

    Canadian man busted in Thailand heroin smuggling ring

    A Canadian man has been busted for his alleged role in a massive international heroin smuggling ring. Stephens Blair, 38, was arrested with an alleged Thai accomplice, Pahol Siwasirikarun, 27,  over the weekend. (Toronto Sun)

    McDonald’s manager accused of raping teen inside cooler

    A manager at a McDonald's restaurant in Maple Grove raped a 14-year-old employee in the cooler and assaulted her elsewhere for weeks afterward, according to charges. (Minnesota Star Tribune)

    Undercover cop says colleagues beat him ‘like Rodney King’

    ST.LOUIS - An undercover St. Louis police officer who was beaten by colleagues during protests in 2017 later described the attack as a “free for all” and told someone at police headquarters that he was beaten “like Rodney King,” according to recently released court documents. (St. Louis Post Dispatch)

    Man acquitted after judge throws out police seizure of 27,000 fentanyl pills

    VANCOUVER - A man has been acquitted after the police seizure of 27,500 fentanyl pills in a van was thrown out of court due a violation of the accused’s Charter rights. (Edmonton Sun)