Naturalized U.S. citizen indicted for providing material support to ISIS
During his occupation with ISIS, he eventually rose through the ranks and became a trainer for other ISIS members.
Report: Suicide second biggest killer of kids in Canada
The report is called Raising Canada — Election 2019: A vote for children is a vote for Canada and aggregates data from sources ranging from UNICEF to the various government institutions to Kids Help Phone.
Liberal spending commitment frenzy sees $12.8 billion in promises made in August alone
Other commitments in August included gas tax fund transfers totaling $1.87 billion, as part of a greater promise to use oil revenues to redistribute wealth to thousands of municipalities.
Fake physician and doctor prescribe hundreds of thousands of opioids
According to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Arif posed as a physician at an unregistered clinic to run his “pill mill” operation, along with other co-conspirators between September 2015 through February 2016.
Pecked to death: woman dies from fatal rooster attack
According to the report, the woman cried out to her husband before collapsing in the driveway but had died by the time police arrived. Police noted blood inside the chicken coop, as well as a pool in the area where she had fell.
B.C. renters could pay up to 2.6 percent more in 2020
However, Robinson says that if changes had not been made, renters could have seen an increase as high as 9 percent in their rental rates due to various loopholes in the previous inflation formula.
U.S. pharmaceutical company to pay $15.4 million following illegal kickback scheme
These kickbacks came in the form of “lavish dinner and entertainment” between 2009-2013. This was done to persuade doctors to prescribe the company’s drug, H.P. Acthar Gel (Acthar), to patients.
RCMP bust sixteen in connection to Newfoundland drug trafficking operation
According to police, nineteen criminal investigations comprised Project Bullfight, which were sequentially completed over a five-day period leading to the arrests of 16 individuals, three of which were already wanted on warrants.
Four Peruvians extradited to US and sentenced for running Spanish-speaking extortion scam
They then told their victims that “if they failed to pay for or receive a delivery of products and threatened them into paying fraudulent settlements for nonexistent debts.”
Toronto police make arrest in Islington Avenue shooting
The woman sustained serious wounds to her abdomen and foot and was rushed to hospital to receive treatment after the attack. By this time, the masked suspect had fled the area.