Crime sells, the saying goes. More than that, crime compels. And that’s why Maclean's has assembled Canada’s Most Notorious Criminals, focusing on some of the most intriguing stories in our country’s history. From the Black Donnellys and Evelyn Dick to Paul Bernardo and the Shafia trial, this application explores Canada’s true-crime catalogue from pre-Confederation to the present day.
With files and photographs from Maclean’s magazine’s unparalleled 107-year archive, this living history looks back at the crimes of our most infamous outlaws, gangsters and killers, and the fascinating chronicles that captured the nation’s interest as the perpetrators were brought to justice—or not.