Miriam Valdes-Carletti (2021). 'Those objects have a power': Descendant of Chief Poundmaker working to repatriate his belongings. CTV. 27 March.
Nevine El-Aref (2021). Egypt: Artefacts repatriated. Ahram Online. 17 March.
Ken Campbell (2020). Suspects in Gretzky Memorabilia Theft Known to the Family. Sports Illustrated. 15 December.
S. Vijay Kumar (2020). Bringing the goddess home. Mumbai Mirror. 13 December.
Denise Ryan (2020). Nisga'a woman spearheads new effort to repatriate family house pole from Europe. Vancouver Sun. 12 December.
Cassie Packard (2020). Artist Discovers a Looted Statue in a Canadian Museum's Collection, Leading to Its Repatriation. Hyperallergic. 7 December.
While Installing Her Show at a Canadian Museum, an Artist Discovered a Looted Statue in the Collection. Now, It's Headed Back to India( )
Brian Boucher (2020). While Installing Her Show at a Canadian Museum, an Artist Discovered a Looted Statue in the Collection. Now, It's Headed Back to India. ArtNet News. 24 November.
Varsha Rani (2020). Canada To Return a Statue It Stole From India Over a Century Ago. Vice. 23 November.
CBC (2020). Artist devastated by theft of prized painting from Edmonton arts co-operative. CBC. 14 November.
Zoe Ducklow (2020). U'mista Cultural Centre celebrates 40 years of repatriating stolen objects. North Island Gazette. 2 November.
Nick Pearce (2020). A handmade birch bark canoe returns to a North Sask. family. The Star Phoenix. 2 November.
Andrea Ross (2020). Gone for over a century, a 'special' piece of Kwakwaka'wakw history is returning home. CBC. 5 September.
Julien Gignac (2020). Tusk, tusk: First Nation concerned Yukon placer miners digging up more than gold. The Narwal. 4 September.
Adam Chan (2020). Island RCMP discover painting stolen in 2018 through unrelated investigation. CTV. 28 August.
Jenny Yuen (2020). Toronto cops on hunt for stolen 500 pound sculpture. Toronto Sun. 28 August.
Delon Shurtz (2020). Ammonite theft case may be headed to trial. Lethbridge Herald. 22 August.
John Geddes (2020). The long, dark past behind the National Gallery's latest acquisition. MacLean's. 13 August.
Josh Gabert-Doyon (2020). Auction House Repatriates Sacred Indigenous Items, Possibly a Human Scalp. Vice. 11 August.
Wawmeech Hamilton (2020). 'We were horrified': Fights to repatriate Indigenous ancestral remains continue worldwide. CBC. 15 March.
Mark Quinn (2020). Beothuk remains returned to Newfoundland after 191 years in Scotland. CBC. 12 March.
Delon Shurtz (2020). Fossil theft suspect may seek new lawyer. Lethbridge Herald. 6 February.
'Bringing a chief home': Tribe celebrates return of headdress, hopes for more repatriation victories( )
Chris Aadland (2020). 'Bringing a chief home': Tribe celebrates return of headdress, hopes for more repatriation victories. Casper Star Tribune. 6 February.
Ben Quinn (2020). Devon museum in repatriation dispute over indigenous relics. The Guardian. 2 February.
The Canadian Press (2019). Wealthy Nova Scotia thief filled home with pilfered artifacts, art. The Chronicle Herald. 14 February.
CTV (2019). Ex-girlfriend says Tillmann not a charming art thief, but a 'psychopath'. CTV. 14 February.
CTV (2019). Infamous Nova Scotia art thief dies, shrouded in mystery. CTV. 13 February.
Kori Sidaway (2019). Island artist finds Albanian fraudster posting artwork online as his own. CHEK. 3 February.
CBC (2019). Remains of 2 Beothuk people to be transferred from Scotland to Canada. CBC. 21 January.
Will they be returned? National Museum of Scotland to reach decision on return of Beothuk remains to Newfoundland( )
Phil Miller (2019). Will they be returned? National Museum of Scotland to reach decision on return of Beothuk remains to Newfoundland. The Herald. 20 January.
Betsy Trumpener (2019). Holy statue stolen from Indigenous church dumped in snowy gravel pit. CBC. 18 January.
Cole Kelly (2019). Historic Effigy Stolen, Whacked on Head, Left in Snow for Weeks. My Prince George Now. 17 January.
Janani Whitfield (2018). Quest for a stolen totem: Regina woman unravels Second World War mystery. CBC. 1 November.
Sarah Jackson (2018). Stolen paintings by late Canadian artist recovered after sister spots them on Kijiji. CBC. 1 October.
CBC (2018). Calgary police ask for help in $500,000 art gallery heist. CBC. 19 September.
Tiffany Crawford (2018). Rare Pacific Northwest artifacts lost in Brazil museum fire. Vancouver SUn. 6 September.
Claire Theobald (2018). World-class hoop dancer reeling after regalia stolen. The Star. 5 September.
Grant Lawrence (2018). Does the Haida Now exhibit belong in the Museum of Vancouver?. Vancouver Courier. 10 July.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Canadians withdraw from Düsseldorf show about Jewish dealer Max Stern. The Art Newspaper. 3 May.
Josh Wingrove, Sandrine Rastello (2018). Museums Clash Over Attempt to Sell a Chagall to Pay for a David. Bloomberg. 24 April.
Douglas Quan (2018). Picture-perfect forgery? Art world awaits court decision on alleged fake Norval Morrisseau painting. National Post. 20 April.
Raju Mudhar (2018). Why Toronto museum heists look nothing like the movies. The Star. 16 April.
Joe Castaldo (2018). How allegations of a forgery ring are threatening Norval Morrisseau's legacy. Maclean's. 15 April.
Richard Watts (2018). Art theft 'a real punch in the face' for artists' collective. Times Colonist. 14 April.
CBS (2018). Stolen Picasso registered with database of stolen art. CBS. 13 April.
Steve Arstad (2018). Penticton RCMP recover stolen artwork. Infotel. 9 April.
Toronto police investigating after rock valued at more than $17,000 stolen from Toronto's Gardiner Museum( )
Jenna Moon (2018). Toronto police investigating after rock valued at more than $17,000 stolen from Toronto's Gardiner Museum. The Star. 7 April.
Megan Gillis (2018). Mammoth tusks, illegally taken, return to Canada, 60 years later. Ottawa Citizen. 22 March.
Jenn Savedge (2018). Internet rallies to support teen whose rock museum was burglarized. Mother Nature Network. 22 March.
Mamta Lulla (2018). Police is still looking for Second World War army passport owner. Red Deer Advocate. 22 January.
CTV (2018). $30,000 in paintings stolen from St-Denis gallery. CTV. 9 January.
Paul Cherry (2018). Bail hearing delayed for man accused in Montreal art thefts. Montreal Gazette. 3 January.
Samantha Beattie (2018). Ancient Indigenous arrowhead discovered at Fort York, turned over to city 80 years later. The Star. 1 January.
CBC (2017). Public art committee calls for group to include 2 or more Indigenous people. CBC. 10 December.
Connell Smith (2017). 'Tears shed' after salmon art disappears from Saint John street. CBC. 8 December.
Cory Funk (2017). The legally murky hobby of metal detecting in Nova Scotia. The Signal. 24 November.
The Quebec Telegram (2017). Accused of Having Wanted to Sell a Fake Riopelle on eBay. The Quebec Telegram. 23 November.
Montreal Gazette (2017). Cancellation of Max Stern exhibition an affront to memory. Montreal Gazette. 17 November.
Jen Gerson (2017). 'The discussion is over': Student calls for return of Louis Riel's walking stick to Métis. National Post. 2 November.
Laura Woodward (2017). Artifact for sale on eBay questioned by Saskatchewan Metis community. CTV. 27 October.
Susan Schwartz (2017). Works by 'Michelangelo of Montreal' stored in Château Dufresne at risk, group charges. Montreal Gazette. 27 October.
Anthony Amore (2017). Why Isn't Anyone Searching for Montreal's Stolen Masterpieces?. Observer. 12 October.
Mark Melnychuck (2017). More than $20,000 in handcrafted items stolen from First Nations store. Regina Leader-Post. 12 October.
Ashley Burr (2017). Heist at Whistler art gallery spurs police to ask for public's help. Global News. 26 September.
Nunatsiaq News (2017). National Inuit org honours return of stolen Nunatsiavut remains. Nunatsiaq Online. 26 September.
Alison Crawford (2017). Meet Kevin McCormick, the man who made it his mission to return Canada's lost military medals. CBC. 25 September.
Alex Soloducha (2017). RCMP inks deal to return Louis Riel artifacts to Métis people. CBC. 23 September.
CBC (2017). Public art policy suspended by Calgary city council pending review. CBC. 14 September.
Marilla Steuter-Martin (2017). Night at the museum: Why the great skylight caper at the MMFA remains unsolved, 45 years later. CBC. 4 September.
Bowfort Towers 'never meant to be an Indigenous artwork,' city and Treaty 7 chiefs say in joint statement( )
CBC (2017). Bowfort Towers 'never meant to be an Indigenous artwork,' city and Treaty 7 chiefs say in joint statement. CBC. 31 August.
Brandi Morin (2017). Blackfoot artists call Calgary art installation 'theft of culture'. CBC. 14 August.
Denise Ryan (2017). Their fathers saved a priceless Dutch art collection from the Nazis. The Province. 12 August.
Tamara Pimentel (2017). Calgary's mayor says Blackfoot knowledge keeper was consulted about Bowfort Towers art. APTN News. 11 August.
Dave Battagello (2017). 'Heartbroken' artist seeks community's help in finding stolen sculpture. Windsor Star. 11 August.
Zoe Todd (2017). It belongs in a museum: Bones stolen from Edmonton archaeological site. CBC. 9 August.
Steven Slipp (2017). Art vandals attack Wolfville Uncommon Comon Art sites. Kings County Advertiser. 3 August.
Nanaimo News Bulletin (2017). Totem pole statuette stolen from shop. Nanaimo News Bulletin. 29 July.
Robson Fletcher (2017). Artists elated to recover flame-shooting sculptures stolen after Calgary Stampede. CBC. 20 July.
The Chronicle Herald (2017). Mi'kmaq leaders urge protesters to leave Cornwallis statue standing. The Chronicle Herald. 13 July.
Richard Cuthbertson, Susan Allen, Jack Julian (2017). Cultural gem or 'tax grab'? $20M in Annie Leibovitz photos caught in Canadian quandary. CBC. 12 July.
Jonny Wakefield (2017). Edmonton artist turns to public for help after carload of paintings stolen. Edmonton Journal. 11 July.
Alexa Huffman (2017). First Nations heirlooms stolen from Vancouver Island family recovered. CHEK. 5 July.
The Canadian Press (2017). Severed toe used in famous Yukon cocktail returned with an apology. CTV. 23 June.
Montreal Gazette (2017). $18,000 painting stolen from downtown Montreal art gallery. Montreal Gazette. 21 June.
Maura Forrest (2017). Man sought in theft of famous 'Sourtoe Cocktail' toe from Yukon bar. National Post. 20 June.
CTV (2017). Stolen documents bought at yard sale returned to Jack Miner Sanctuary. CTV. 19 June.
CTV (2017). Carving honouring man's late wife stolen from Burnaby home. CTV. 13 June.
Cahal Milmo (2017). Renewed demand made to Scotland for return of stolen native American skulls. iNews. 12 June.
Rocco Franfione (2017). Ancient Skulls to be given to M'Chigeeng First Nation. My Espanola Now. 6 June.
Chris Foote (2017). Museum urged to return body of Beothuk chief to Canada. STV. 2 June.
Zi-Ann Lum (2017). Ontario Gov't Overpaying For Giant Counterfeit Of My Rubber Duck: Artist. Huffington Post. 2 June.
Elise von Scheel (2017). Paintings stolen from Nepean gallery. CBC. 2 June.
Michael Gray (2017). Indigenous groups in Canada call for National Museum of Scotland to return human remains. Common Space. 30 May.
VOCM (2017). Rare Violin Stolen From Irish Musician. VOCM. 29 May.
Peter Cowan (2017). Indigenous leaders unite for return of Beothuk remains, inclusion in MMIWG inquiry. CBC. 26 May.
Sally Wardle (2017). Dam Buster's family appeal for help to trace stolen airman's logbook. Irish News. 20 May.
Lindsay Morey (2017). Fort Heritage plaques stolen. Fort Saskatchewan Record. 11 May.
Cassandra Szklarski (2017). Toronto gallery pulls Amanda PL's exhibit amid complaints of cultural appropriation. Metro. 7 May.
Marsha Lederman (2017). A Group of Seven mystery. The Globe and Mail. 6 May.
Doug Cuthand (2017). Cuthand: Indigenous artifacts belong with indigenous people. Saskatoon Star Phoenix. 29 April.
Kelly Faircloth (2017). Maple Syrup Thief Gets 5 Years in Prison, $1.2 Million Fine. Jezebel. 24 April.
CBC (2017). Karma chameleon: Artist forgives painting's thieves after one returns it face-to-face. CBC. 22 April.
Bill Kaufmann (2017). Treasured wartime documents returned. Nanton News. 20 April.
CBC (2017). Carved mask stolen from Yukon government building. CBC. 7 April.
Mark Saunokonoko (2017). The Nazi art hunter fighting for the return of stolen masterpieces. 9 News. 27 March.
Melissa Eddy (2017). Thieves Take a Chunk of Change, All 221 Pounds of It, From a Berlin Museum. The New York Times. 27 March.
Sue Yanagisawa (2017). Jail time for man who sold stolen plaques, sculpture. The Whig. 19 March.
Craig Pearson (2017). Windsor art heist: $20,000 taken in early morning break-in. Windsor Star. 13 March.
CBC (2017). Police seek tips on stolen sculpture. CBC. 9 March.
Blake Gopnik (2017). Donald Ian McCaw's Solution for Preserving Art: Bury It. ArtNet News. 3 March.
Jason Warick (2017). Federal government agrees to return Métis artifacts. CBC. 1 March.
Artlyst (2017). Jasper Johns Stolen Drawings Case Fred Dorfman Gallery Sued. Artlyst. 26 February.
Chris Perez (2017). Painting stolen by Nazis finally returned to heirs of Jewish art gallery. New York Post. 8 February.
Mike Blanchfield (2017). Royal Canadian Mint employee who hid stolen gold in his bum gets 30 months in prison. The Hamilton Spectator. 2 February.
Les Perreaux (2017). Recovery of three stolen Riopelle paintings just tip of iceberg. The Globe and Mail. 26 January.
CTV (2017). SQ art squad seizes stolen Riopelle paintings. CTV. 25 January.
Fairview Post (2017). RCMP investigate art theft and other crimes. Fairview Post. 25 January.
Global News (2017). 70 pieces of art worth $750K stolen in northern Alberta: RCMP. Global News. 19 January.
Douglas Quan (2017). 'Nothing fishy': Canadian owners of ancient fossils repatriated to China deny any wrongdoing. National Post. 17 January.
Douglas Quan (2017). Canada returns two 200 million-year-old marine fossils smuggled from China. National Post. 12 January.
Rabindra Nath Choudhury (2017). Khajuraho to get back 'Parrot Lady'. Deccan Chronicle. 3 January.
Elias Abboud (2016). Can street art be preserved? Undoing of a Montreal mural raises questions. CBC. 28 December.
Getting art back that was stolen by the Nazis has a share of success stories, but sometimes it's too late for the rightful owner to appreciate( )
Robert Fulford (2016). Getting art back that was stolen by the Nazis has a share of success stories, but sometimes it's too late for the rightful owner to appreciate. National Post. 20 December.
Sara Angel (2016). Montreal project helps solve issue around recovering Nazi-stolen art. The Globe and Mail. 16 December.
Montreal Gazette (2016). Nazi-looted paintings belonging to Montrealer Max Stern recovered. Montreal Gazette. 13 December.
Chris Seto (2016). Guelph police looking for man who stole art from downtown cafe. Guelph Mercury Tribune. 13 December.
Catherine Hickley (2016). Two Dutch Old Masters returned to estate of Jewish dealer Max Stern. The Art Newspaper. 12 December.
Rosa Marchitelli (2016). 'My stomach dropped': Artist discovers her 'stolen' work on shirts being sold at Winners. CBC. 9 December.
Ian MacAlpine (2016). Statue had been sold as scrap metal. Thewhig.com. 7 December.
Jim Moodie (2016). Kivi group leads search for stolen paintings. The Sudbury Star. 5 December.
Michael Wilson (2016). The One That Waddled Away: Retracing a Weighty Gold Theft. The New York Times. 4 December.
Julia Whalen (2016). Toronto police search for stolen art worth more than $50K. CBC. 23 November.
CBC (2016). Facebook help in stolen art mystery may lead to more trouble. CBC. 23 November.
CBC (2016). Stolen concrete raven returns to Ottawa artist's studio. CBC. 21 November.
Mike Gibbins (2016). 'I was really quite angry': Yellowknife carvings stolen. My YellowKnife Now. 21 November.
On the traces of works of art stolen by the Nazis
Dominique Scali (2016). Sur les traces d'œuvres d'art volées par les nazis. Journal de Montreal. 20 November.
Scott Brown (2016). Vancouver police investigate Downtown Eastside art heist. Vancouver Sun. 17 November.
Allison Meier (2016). Donation Returns Over 200 Indigenous Art Objects to British Columbia. Hyperallergic. 16 November.
Megan Gillis (2016). To be seen nevermore? Raven sculpture vanishes from artist's downtown studio. Ottawa Citizen. 14 November.
Scott Stevenson (2016). Thief rides off with 'priceless' sculpture from Edmonton gallery. CBC. 10 November.
CBC (2016). Ring the alarm: Legendary bell precious to Métis nation is missing — again. CBC. 2 November.
John Law (2016). Students questioned over cenotaph graffiti. Well and Tribune. 1 November.
CKWS (2016). Card thefts prompt Hall of Fame to reduce hours, add security cameras. CKWS. 28 October.
CKWS (2016). Valuable hockey cards stolen from OHHOF. CKWS. 27 October.
CBC (2016). First maple syrup, now fir resin subject of lucrative heist. CBC. 25 October.
Amah-Rose Abrams (2016). Gallery Files Lawsuit Against Agnes Martin Authentication Committee. ArtNet News. 25 October.
Karin Larsen (2016). Art theft from Vancouver church shocks local fabric artists. CBC. 24 October.
Inside Ottawa Valley (2016). Stolen Jesus head returned to Sudbury church. Inside Ottawa Valley. 23 October.
Paul Cherry (2016). Art stolen from Steinberg heir likely to go to organized crime: expert. Montreal Gazette. 21 October.
Ashifa Kassam (2016). Baby Jesus statue in Canada turns heads with artists' 'shocking' restoration. The Guardian. 20 October.
Jericho Knopp (2016). Man jailed 2 years for possessing stolen N.B. Museum plaques. CBC. 13 October.
Jericho Knopp (2016). Man pleads guilty in New Brunswick Museum plaque theft case. CBC. 28 September.
Reg Clayton (2016). Last two remaining 'Indian Bridge' figures stolen from city storage yard. Kenora Daily Miner and News. 21 September.
Ben Guarino (2016). Royal Canadian Mint employee allegedly smuggled $140,000 worth of gold in his butt. The Washington Post. 21 September.
David Strege (2016). Ancient artifact hidden in sock by Belgium tourist proves very costly. GrindTV. 19 September.
CBC (2016). B.C. allocates $2 million for First Nations repatriation efforts. CBC. 13 September.
Alan Wade (2016). Robbed of our antiquities. The Chronicle Journal. 11 September.
Chilliwack Times (2016). Stolen 116-year-old notebook puts focus on pioneer museum in Chilliwack. Chilliwack Times. 1 September.
Lisa Rutledge (2016). Cambridge artist's Gord Downie portrait stolen by T-shirt sellers. Cambridge Times. 30 August.
Dean Beeby (2016). Ottawa backs request for return of Beothuk remains from Scotland. CBC. 25 August.
BBC News (2016). Artist Peter Doig wins case over painting he said was not his work. BBC News. 24 August.
Will Johnson (2016). Shambhala thief makes off with painting. Nelson Star. 8 August.
Rachel Cave (2016). Heavy bronze plaques stolen from New Brunswick Museum. CBC. 2 August.
Raquel Fletcher (2016). Famous Salvador Dali sculpture vandalized in Quebec City. Global News. 28 July.
Dean Beeby (2016). Inuit press claim for co-ownership of Franklin artifacts. CBC. 24 July.
Camille Bains (2016). First Nation to use blockades if needed to protect ancient B.C. burial site. The Globe and Mail. 18 July.
Blair Rhodes (2016). Art thief John Mark Tillmann granted full parole. CBC. 12 July.
Douglas Quan (2016). The nagging question behind the mysterious theft of a $7.5 million golden eagle. National Post. 7 July.
Rob Shaw (2016). Ottawa pledges support for B.C. plan to repatriate First Nations artifacts. Vancouver Sun. 6 July.
Kirstie Hudson (2016). Heirlooms stolen from a Japanese-Canadian family in 1943 back in B.C.. CBC. 5 July.
Richard Watts (2016). Japanese-Canadians' stolen history brought to light. Times Colonist. 29 June.
Ryan Flanagan (2016). Homer Watson reproduction stolen from Waterloo library. CTV. 28 June.
Mary Griffin (2016). Stolen University of Victoria native art recovered. CHEK. 25 June.
Brian Morton (2016). First Nations shrine collecting dust in New York museum's basement. Vancouver Sun. 23 June.
Rob Shaw (2016). B.C. Premier wants First Nations remains and cultural artifacts returned from U.S. museums. Vancouver Sun. 21 June.
Leah Collins (2016). How Indigenous artists are taking back what the fashion industry stole. CBC. 17 June.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Damien Hirst Sued Over Jewelry Line Plagiarism. ArtNet News. 15 June.
Jessica Kerr (2016). Not a scam: statue owner. Delta Optimist. 15 June.
Marcie Good (2016). The battle between artists and fraudsters in today's digital age. BC Business. 3 June.
Ryan Ross (2016). Crime victim asking P.E.I. to be on lookout for valuable coffee table. The Guardian. 1 June.
Paul Tukker (2016). Missing: Horse skull from Yukon's Carcross desert. CBC. 30 May.
Cassidy Oliver (2016). Golden Eagle statue stolen in Delta, valued at $6 million. Vancouver Sun. 30 May.
Heide Pearson (2016). Infamous artifact thief John Tillman granted day parole extension. Global News. 26 May.
Elizabeth Chiu (2016). John Tillmann's alleged threats against ex-wife prevent his full parole. CBC. 25 May.
Kristine Power (2016). A treasure returned. Memorial University Gazette. 22 April.
Prince George Citizen (2016). Vandals target local dinosaur sculpture. Prince George Citizen. 19 April.
Robert Everett-Greene (2016). Montreal art gallery displays paintings 'stolen' from the Internet. The Globe and Mail. 19 April.
Adina Bresge (2016). Archeologist calls for national strategy to protect shipwrecks from looting. City News. 12 April.
Marie-Danielle Smith (2016). Canadian military loses bizarre items including flute, hockey net, mannequins. Embassy. 23 March.
Jillian D'Amours (2016). Art and activism collide at Iraqi artefact exhibition in Toronto. Middle East Eye. 17 March.
Kenneth Jackson (2016). Buried Souls: How Ontario bulldozed through a rare Huron-Wendat burial site in Barrie. APTN News. 9 March.
Andrew Sampson (2016). N.L. artist upset after painting sent through Canada Post is stolen. CBC. 4 March.
CBC (2016). Moncton's Assumption Gallery has 2 paintings stolen. CBC. 1 March.
Justin Samanski-Langille (2016). $5,000 statue stolen from Ottawa restaurant. Ottawa Sun. 25 February.
Stephanie Ip (2016). Vancouver artist a repeat victim of thieves targeting his paintings and art supplies. The Province. 6 February.
Janet French (2016). Someone has stolen a hockey-stick holding metal beaver from outside an Edmonton home. National Post. 25 January.
Steve Ducharme (2016). Thieves make off with prized art works from Iqaluit museum. Nunatsiaq Online. 22 January.
History museum staff silenced after raising ethical objections to buying Empress of Ireland artifacts( )
Don Butler (2016). History museum staff silenced after raising ethical objections to buying Empress of Ireland artifacts. National Post. 15 January.
Michael Tutton (2016). Thief returns photo stolen from Halifax alehouse after social-media manhunt. The Hamilton Spectator. 14 January.
Bridget Yard (2016). Bathurst police search for thief after $10K painting stolen. CBC. 7 January.
Nazim Baksh (2015). Royal Ontario Museum caught up in looted antiquities investigation. CBC. 21 December.
Todd McEwen (2015). Former Art Gallery of Northumberland curator Dorette Carter found guilty. Northumberland News. 21 December.
Aaron Hutchins (2015). Closing the book on John Mark Tillmann's stolen antiques. Maclean's. 14 December.
Sima Sahar Zerehi (2015). Inuit shaman parka 'copied' by KTZ design well-studied by anthropologists. CBC. 2 December.
In Cyprus (2015). Looted artefacts from occupied Cyprus returned. Parikiaki. 28 November.
Brett Ruskin (2015). Alexander Keith's beer bottle may be seized from Halifax diver. CBC. 27 November.
CBC (2015). U.K. fashion house pulls copied Inuit design, here's their apology. CBC. 27 November.
Woman who found 900-year-old 'Parrot Lady' statue Canada presented to India still convinced it's just a 'nice knock-off'( )
Douglas Quan (2015). Woman who found 900-year-old 'Parrot Lady' statue Canada presented to India still convinced it's just a 'nice knock-off'. National Post. 27 November.
Janice Arnold (2015). Quebec police joins search for Nazi-looted Stern art. The Canadian Jewish News. 25 November.
Northumberland News (2015). Court case of former Art Gallery of Northumberland curator Dorette Carter pushed to Dec. 21. Northumberland News. 23 November.
Lynn Curwin (2015). In search of looted art. Truro Daily News. 20 November.
CTV (2015). Halifax police seek bell stolen from Princess of Acadia ferry. CTV. 18 November.
John Carter (2015). Charity art work stolen from Arnprior restaurant. Inside Ottawa Valley. 11 November.
Joanna Lavoie (2015). Bronze sculptures go missing from Beach gallery. Inside Toronto. 10 November.
Mark McNeil (2015). Stolen medals resurface in time for Remembrance Day. The Hamilton Spectator. 10 November.
Lila Sarick (2015). Lawyer teaches natives how to reclaim looted art. The Canadian Jewish News. 6 November.
Krystina Mierins (2015). Art Restoration. UC Observer. 1 November.
Dave Squires (2015). Vandalism of REDress art project seen as further violation of missing and murdered aboriginal women. Global News. 30 October.
Anjuli Patil (2015). Batman, Captain America vintage comics stolen from Dartmouth driveway. CBC. 28 October.
Jared Lindzon (2015). Sticky situation: maple syrup bandits face Quebec courts for infamous heist. The Guardian. 18 October.
The Province (2015). Painting reported stolen from Vancouver gallery's show for disabled artists. The Province. 17 October.
ICE (2015). ICE returns stolen Charles Darwin book. ICE. 8 October.
Bill Kaufmann (2015). Beach Boys surfboard stolen from Calgary-area casino returned safe. Calgary Sun. 18 September.
Kevin Rothbauer (2015). On eve of Exhibition, historic medals stolen. Cowichan Valley Citizen. 11 September.
Dean Beeby (2015). Canada returns seized Phoenician artifact to Lebanon. CBC. 5 September.
Jennifer Saltman (2015). Richmond man pleads guilty to complex Chinese treasure 'gold' scam. The Province. 4 September.
Marc Montgomery (2015). Canada's biggest art theft still unsolved. Radio Canada International. 4 September.
Alison Shouldice (2015). Sticky fingers deprive city of special artifacts, from cannons to 300-pound sculptures. The Star. 30 August.
CTV (2015). Sculpture stolen from Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery found. CTV. 13 August.
CBC (2015). Adolf Hitler book stolen from rural museum north of Winnipeg. CBC. 10 August.
Laura Booth (2015). Mounties investigating after Black Diamond artist's paintings pinched from auction. Calgary Sun. 8 August.
Laura Fraser (2015). 'Unique' arrows discovered in stolen SUV. Herald News. 1 August.
CBC (2015). Neo-Nazi group loses appeal to inherit $250K coin collection. CBC. 31 July.
Lila Sarick (2015). Finding stolen works a huge challenge. The Canadian Jewish News. 29 July.
Lila Sarick (2015). Returning Nazi-looted art in Canada. The Canadian Jewish News. 29 July.
Peggy MacDonald (2015). Chapel Island First Nation celebrates return of historic altar. CBC. 20 July.
Howard Plotkin (2015). Opinion: Return the Manitou Stone to its rightful owners. Edmonton Journal. 15 July.
John Meagher (2015). Midnight thief steals $160,000 sculpture from Westmount art gallery. Montreal Gazette. 30 June.
Chuck Chiang (2015). Chinese visitor face charges in ancient art scam. Vancouver Sun. 29 June.
Michael Platt (2015). Outrage after "disgusting" thieves steal massive veterans' memorial from Calgary cemetery. Calgary Sun. 28 June.
Gabriela Panza-Beltrandi (2015). Victimized by Vandals. Cold Lake Sun. 22 June.
Sarah Moore (2015). Ukraine community seeks return of cultural artifact. Timmins Press. 22 June.
Greg Nesteroff (2015). Silverton Inn looted. Nelson Star. 26 May.
CBC (2015). 'Stolen' Beothuk remains need to come home from Scotland, Mi'sel Joe says. CBC. 25 May.
Kyle Morris (2015). Thief targets Nazi memorabilia in Red Deer Antique Mall theft. 630 CHED. 8 May.
Kyle Morris (2015). Thief targets Nazi memorabilia in Red Deer Antique Mall theft. 630 CHED. 8 May.
Clare Mellor (2015). Thousands of artifacts stolen by John Tillmann going home. The Chronicle Herald. 31 March.
Simon Arseneau (2015). Raiders of the lost bell. Meridian Booster. 26 March.
Tiffany Crawford (2015). Ancient Chinese treasures scam resurfaces in Richmond. Vancouver Sun. 25 March.
Press Trust of India (2015). ASI experts to inspect sandstone sculpture seized in Canada. Business Standard. 24 March.
Michael Cousineau (2014). Seized bagpipes to be returned to piping pair. Union Leader. 4 August.
CBC (2014). Neo-Nazi group loses bid to inherit $250K coin collection. CBC. 6 June.
Ashley Thompson (2014). Another stolen painting to be returned to museum in Hantsport. Nova News Now. 5 May.
Vancouver Island First Nation recovers historic blanket that turned up at Paris auction 100 years after it disappeared( )
Tristin Hopper (2014). Vancouver Island First Nation recovers historic blanket that turned up at Paris auction 100 years after it disappeared. National Post. 10 April.
James Adams (2014). 19th Century Schadow painting returned to Stern estate. The Globe and Mail. 7 April.