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Criminal charges against the man accused of committing what Quebec authorities described as the biggest corruption fraud in Canada's history have officially been abandoned, two years after his death.
Quebec's anti-corruption unit is confirming that suspected fraudster Arthur Porter is dead.
The positive identification by Quebec authorities of suspected fraudster Arthur Porter's remains will have to wait until at least Tuesday, a spokesperson says.
Investigators with Quebec's anti-corruption unit have received permission to view the body of Arthur Porter in Panama in order to confirm his death.
Quebec's anti-corruption squad is sending two investigators to Panama to collect evidence proving that Arthur Porter is dead.
Arthur Porter -- a cancer specialist who was facing fraud charges related to a $1.3-billion hospital project in Montreal -- has died, his biographer says.
A Quebec police source has confirmed that the former head of the McGill University Health Centre will be extradited to Canada from Panama.
The wife of alleged fraudster Arthur Porter has turned herself into police and is facing a new charge.
The wife of Canada's former espionage watchdog has been granted bail with strict conditions after being in jail for more than two months.
The wife of Canada's former espionage watchdog will have a preliminary inquiry in September.
Pamela Porter, the wife of Canada's former spy watchdog Arthur Porter, had her request for freedom for bail denied during a hearing Tuesday.