Canada’s first metals theft law cleared
May 09, 2012 | 05:22 PM
| Sean Davidson
NEW YORK British Columbia has set in motion the countrys first metals theft law after the Canadian provinces lieutenant-governor signed an order late Tuesday approving a measure passed in November.
The provincial law will become effective July 23, British Columbias minister of justice and attorney general Shirley Bond said in a statement.
Under the new rules, those trying to sell metals often targeted by thieves will need to present identification to the scrap purchaser, who will in turn share purchase details daily with police.....
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