Who are Canada’s most notorious criminals?

From the Legion Magazine.

Crime, Canadian Style

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Crime, Canadian Style
Escape Artists + Train Robbers + Sex Scandals

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Take a trip to Canada’s seedy underbelly and meet the perpetrators of some of the country’s most notorious felonies and misdemeanors. From the earliest assassins and duellists to the latest scammers and bunglers, Crime, Canadian Style scopes out the bad seeds and delivers them to justice—while you ride shotgun.


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Communication Arts

Legion Magazine has received an Award of Excellence for Illustration from the prestigious Communication Arts Magazine’s 59th Annual Illustration Competition.

The winning illustration was created by Robert Carter for the article “Cure or Curse?” in the September/October 2017 issue.


The illustration, depicting a soldier being bitten by a large, blood-filled mosquito, accompanies the article about the use, side-effects and research into mefloquine, an anti-malarial medication administered to Canadian Armed Forces personnel deployed to mosquito-ridden tropical regions.


The competition winners are selected by a jury of distinguished designers, art directors and illustrators. Winning entries will be distributed worldwide in the Communication Arts Illustration Annual print and digital editions and at www.commarts.com.


To see the illustration and articleclick here.


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