Police in the Philippines say they have intelligence about a plot by a Mexican cartel to kill Vancouver gangsters arrested
Police in B.C. will be able to use flashy vehicles seized from gangsters or drug dealers to warn young people about the risks
It was an arrest this week in Greece this week that put Canada's gang violence into perspective. To understand how it all fits together, it pays to revisit two murders in Toronto and Kelowna, B.C. -- 10 months and more than 4,000 kilometres apart -- to understand how organized crime is fomenting violence in Canada.
Of course, selling drugs is a dangerous game. With so much money involved, friction between rival gangs often emerges, and disagreements over territory frequently erupt into violence. Because of this, gangs form alliances for mutual protection. In B.C., as with the rest of Canada, those alliances fall into two groups -- those aligned with the Hells Angels and those against them.
In the spirit of the holidays, Abbotsford police are sending Christmas cards to gangsters and drug dealers featuring the
The slayings of two drug-gang associates in Burnaby, B.C., Monday is likely the latest round of systematic retribution for
A seven-month investigation by organized crime authorities in B.C. and Ontario has led to the arrest of several people and
The B.C. government is spending $66 million to help fight gang violence in the province, Justice Minister Shirley Bond announced
Police should create posters to warn the public about gangsters shooting up the streets of Metro Vancouver in the ongoing
A woman wounded in a gangland shooting in Kelowna, B.C., on Sunday has been left a quadriplegic, CBC News has learned. Leah