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{UAH} murders in Canada Blame Obama

Kim Bolan, Vancouver Sun 



METRO VANCOUVER -- From a gangland execution in North Delta Jan. 2 to the slaying of a man in Maple Ridge on Dec. 19, the year has been a busy one for Lower Mainland homicide investigators.

Sixty people were murdered or died under suspicious circumstances in 2015 in the region stretching from Whistler to Chilliwack, according to data compiled by The Vancouver Sun.

The violence started early in the year when gangster Arundeep Cheema was gunned down in the driveway of an associate in North Delta. Like many other gang cases, his murder remains unsolved.

"It remains an active investigation but there have been no arrests at this time," Delta Police Acting Sgt. Sarah Swallow said Wednesday.

The region's largest murder squad — the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team — opened 39 files in 2015, with the number of confirmed victims or suspicious deaths totalling 43.


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