Canada may be known for being a polite nation, but it definitely has its share of criminals. Some of Canada's most wanted have yet to be brought in. Luckily, law enforcement is able to provide their information to the public.\nOne of the most effective tools that Canadians have at their disposal is Crime Stoppers, a nationwide tip line that allows people to provide information anonymously.\nAlong with local law enforcement agencies, Crime Stoppers will also often share its list of the most wanted people across the country.\nSometimes police have to get creative in finding these people or getting information on their whereabouts. In February, Calgary Police sent out "Valencrimes" cards identifying some of the city's most wanted criminals.\nOther times, finding a dangerous individual takes a large incentive. In October 2019, Vancouver Police teamed up with the Toronto-based BOLO program to track down a murder suspect.\nThey offered up a whopping $100,000 reward for any information leading to his eventual arrest.\nAs these instances show, it's not always that easy to track down people who have broken the law, and that's why police will often depend on getting tips from the public.\nIf you have any information on the following people, you can contact your local police agency or Crime Stoppers.\nMichael Julien Bourlon\nCrime Stoppers Regional District Of Central Okanagan | Website\nThis enterprising older gentleman has a BC-wide warrant on him for theft of a motor vehicle, mischief, and possession of break-in instruments. He must have had some big plans.\nHe is 5'11" and 188 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.\nJesse Nolan Berard\nCalgary Crime Stoppers | Website\nNice mohawk, dude. This Calgary resident has had a warrant out since 2016 for breaking and entering.\nHe is 5’9” and 195 pounds with blue eyes and brown hair.\nPreston Gordon Ratt\nSaskatchewan Crime Stoppers | Website\nEven if you were told this person is 6'1" and 170 pounds with black hair and green eyes, you'd be more likely to recognize him by the copious face tattoos.\nHe is wanted by the La Ronge RCMP in Saskatchewan for assault and failure to comply with a probation order.\nDrew Alexander Lloyd\nBrandon Crime Stoppers | Website\nMr. Lloyd is wanted by the Brandon Police Service in Manitoba for two counts of breach of release order.\nA physical description was not provided for him, but he appears to be sporting a very visible neck tattoo.\nRosaleen Wallace\nToronto Crime Stoppers | Website\nOne of the most wanted people in the Greater Toronto Area is being sought out by authorities for manslaughter charges connected to a death that occurred over 30 years ago. Wallace is currently 59 years old.\nSimon Charbonneau\nÉchec Au Crime | Website\nThis Quebec resident has been at large since May 4. He is 5'5", 227 pounds with brown eyes. Information leading to his arrest could net a reward of up to $2000.\nBrandon Joseph Mombourquette\nHalifax Regional Police | Website\nGood on Halifax for currently only having one outstanding warrant. Mombourquette is wanted for two counts of break and enter, two counts of committing an indictable offence while face is masked, and three counts of mischief.\nHe is 6'1" and 166 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.\nChristopher Costain\nPEI Crime Stoppers | Website\nThe PEI Crime Stoppers website doesn't indicate what offence Mr. Costain is wanted by the Charlottetown Police Service for, but he does look pretty pleased with himself in his mugshot.\nHe is 6'2" and 168 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.