Notorious criminal biker Maurice Boucher and ex-underling Stéphane Gagné are both serving life sentences for their roles in the 1997 killing of two prison guards
Nov 25, 2015
“Whistleblowing should not be seen as an act of betrayal but an act of loyalty towards society,” said Justice France Charbonneau.
Nov 24, 2015
For years, it was an ongoing soap opera for Quebeckers: an inquiry into the province’s construction industry that shed light on organized crime, politics and corruption. Here’s where some of the key players are today
Nov 24, 2015
Several Canadians were rescued on Friday after gunmen affiliated with al-Qaeda shot their way into the Radisson Blu Hotel in Bamako
Nov 20, 2015
As many as four men, armed with guns and grenades, were reported to be involved in the attack that killed at least 27 people on Friday
Nov 20, 2015
Joint operation by RCMP, provincial and municipal forces lead to 48 arrests targeting mobsters, including imprisoned biker kingpin
Nov 19, 2015
French authorities were trying to identify a body found in the remains of a suburban apartment after a predawn raid targeting the alleged organizer of last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris
Nov 18, 2015
Abdelhamid Abaaoud has made the news for travelling to Syria to join the Islamic State, luring his teenaged brother to enlist and heading back to Belgium for a failed terror plot
Nov 16, 2015
Nine-year-old managed to provide his name, age, address and a description of the van before his mother noticed the conversation
Nov 13, 2015
The European copyright on her book is set to expire – but rewritings complicate the issue, and advocates say it ‘belongs in the public domain’
Nov 12, 2015
Tu Thanh Ha is based in Toronto and writes frequently about judicial, political and security issues. He spent 12 years as a correspondent for the Globe and Mail in Montreal, reporting on Quebec politics, organized crime, terror suspects, space flights and native issues. He has also worked as a reporter in the Globe's parliamentary bureau and as a legislature reporter in Quebec City for Montreal's The Gazette.
He studied computer science before realizing that journalism was a more suitable form of data processing. In addition to sharing a National Newspaper Award citation of merit in 2005, his journalistic achievements include lunching with Stephen Harper in the days when the prime minister still mingled with reporters, interviewing the inventors of poutine and knocking on the door of Hells Angels kingpin Maurice (Mom) Boucher.