Globe and Mail (Canada Edition)

· How the Mob controls marijuana and why it is impossible to expel them
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
A Globe and Mail investigation offers a glimpse into the insidious nature of organized crime, finding that criminal groups easily exploited loopholes in the federal government’s old medical-marijuana licensing regimes

· Indigenous chief says Trudeau needs ‘wake-up call’ on land rights
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
First Nations leaders have expressed their concerns about the treatment of Indigenous people in Canada to a United Nations committee that examines racial discrimination

· Nova Scotia faces staffing issues for preprimary classes
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
The program is to be introduced across the province over the next four years at a cost of $49.9-million a year

· Canadian man gets 20 years in U.S. prison for cross-border drug ring
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
Harinder Dhaliwal of Brampton, Ont. was among a group of at least six other people indicted in a smuggling operation that sent more than $130-million (U.S.) over the Canada-U.S. border

· Justice officials testing waters for sentencing reform promised by Liberals
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
Online survey asks respondents to judge several crime scenarios as Liberals prepare to introduce legislation this fall

· Ontario man charged after allegedly flying to Atlanta to have sex with 13-year-old girl
Posted on Thursday August 17, 2017
Officials say the 53-year-old has been arraigned on federal charges of using the Internet to entice a child for sexual activity and enticing the girl to engage in sexually explicit conduct over the Internet

· At least two Quebecers who attended white supremacist rally in Charlottesville identified
Posted on Thursday August 17, 2017
One of the men took to Facebook to express his anger after an anti-fascist group posted a screen capture that showed his face and that of four other men

· Evening Update newsletter: At least 13 killed in Barcelona attack; Trump defends stance on Confederate monuments
Posted on Thursday August 17, 2017
Plus: The number of asylum seekers at Quebec border nearly quadrupled in July

· Nine men tied to Toronto-area Hells Angels chapter arrested in P.E.I.
Posted on Thursday August 17, 2017
The men face charges relating to involvement in a criminal organization as well as lottery and gaming counts

· What we know so far about the attacks in Spain
Posted on Thursday August 17, 2017
Early Friday morning, five suspects were killed in an alleged terror attack south of Barcelona. The attack followed a deadly incident on Thursday, which killed 13 people. Here’s what you need to know

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