The Mounties always get their man, or so it seems. Canada’s police forces work tirelessly to solve major cases. Read about the efforts of the RCMP, OPP and Sûreté du Québec to investigate some of Canada’s most notorious cases:
•The seven-month pursuit of escaped killer Allan Legere, The Monster of Miramichi
•The investigation leading to the arrest of John Martin Crawford, who was convicted in 1992 of killing three Native women in Saskatoon
•The massive search of Robert William Pickton’s Port Coquitlam pig farm, involving police, anthropologists and forensic specialists
•Clifford Olsen’s attempts to manipulate the police during the investigation of a string of killings in the Lower Mainland
•How police tracked down the twisted criminal pairing of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka
•The capture of Thomas Neil Cream, the doctor who was Canada’s possible link to the Jack the Ripper killings and was hanged for the murders of five prostitutes in 1899.