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Forty-four BlackBerrys, 70 computers and a fossil valued at $1 were among the items stolen from the federal government last year, according to public accounts

BlackBerrys, a boat and a $40 clock: Here’s what people are stealing from the government


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Forty-four BlackBerrys, 70 computers and one $40 clock were among the items stolen from the federal government last year.

In total, Ottawa lost $6.8 million in property due to theft and other offences in the 2016-17 fiscal year, according to public accounts released this month, and another $24 million in accidental losses and damage to public property.—More…



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