Despite these statistics, however, there are currently 3,400 unsolved murders in Canada, dating back to 1961. While some of these cases might have faded from news reports, they still haunt the families and the communities where they happened.If you have information about any of the following cases, contact Canadian Crime Stoppers.In 2012, homicides made up less than 1 percent of Canada’s violent crimes.Canadian Police Services reported 543 homicides in 2012, translating to a homicide rate of about 1.55 per 100,000 people.Her friends later told police that she’d planned to hitchhike to a party. The following day, a man walking his dog found her body. Police believed she was killed at another location and then moved to the gravel road.
In 1853, the Lumbee Indians, a triracial people who are descendants of several southeastern Indian tribes, whites, and African Americans, named themselves after the Lumber River, which flows through their homeland in North Carolina.
To meet growing enrollment needs, he designed, raised funds for, and built the first granite public building in Vermont, Athenian Hall, which contained classrooms and a dormitory.
Charles Henry Langston, the grandfather of poet Langston Hughes, was born a free man on a Virginia plantation in 1817 to Captain Ralph Quarles and Lucy Jane Langston, Quarles’ mulatto slave.
In the African Heart of Darkness the problems that naturally afflict a failed race of genetic aliens are blamed on witchcraft, evil eye, root wizards and the lack of albinos to hack up for protective amulets.
mind has great difficulty interfacing with the complex world we live in and is quick to resort to magical thinking and jaw-dropping delusion.