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Quebec’s public security minister says he’s ready to act to prevent high-ranking provincial police officers from having second jobs outside the force.
A second audit of British Columbia’s police records management system has found sensitive data involving investigations should be more securely protected.
An Alberta bullying expert says she hopes Calgary Police Services new policies in terms of workplace bullying and harassment will have mechanisms in place to deal with bystanders. 
Government officials confirmed on Monday that legislation to legalize marijuana is coming the week of April 10, reportedly with the aim of making the drug legal in Canada by July 1, 2018.
In a case riddled with errors and unfortunate events, Regina police Staff Sgt. Kelly Trithart says likely the "most frustrating" thing about the investigation into the death of Nadine Machiskinic was the fact it took 60 hours before police were called in. 
An auto accident victim who is compensated by Quebec’s public automobile insurance plan cannot sue a third party for an “aggravated” or “separate” aspect of the injury, provided there is a “plausible, logical and sufficiently close link” between the accident and the subsequent events, the Supreme Court of Canada suggested in a ruling released Friday.
For years, Tom Lowe and a team of active and retired RCMP officers have been scouring the obituaries and cemeteries of Nova Scotia looking for lost members.
Sarnia Police Chief Phil Nelson has weighed in on the national controversy surrounding sexual assault investigations that don’t result in charges, saying his department’s rate of “unfounded” cases is lower than first reported.
Of all the bizarre ideas Toronto council gets into its head, putting pressure on Toronto police not to report illegal migrants to federal immigration authorities is one of the dumbest.
MONTREAL — Quebec’s public security minister and the mayor of Montreal are backing a plan meant to restore public confidence in the city’s police force.
Six members of the Fredericton Police Force will now wear body-mounted cameras as part of a 90-day pilot project.
Chilliwack RCMP wants to crack down on the prolific offenders who commit a disproportionate number of crimes in the community.
Good try, Atlantic Confederation of Clubs and Independents (ACC, a.k.a. outlaw biker gangs).
The father of the 18-year-old woman stabbed to death yesterday in Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Que., says his daughter was escorted by a police officer when she went to collect her things from the apartment she'd shared until recently with her ex-boyfriend.
The Independent Investigations Office has filed a legal petition against Vancouver Police Chief Adam Palmer and seven officers, arguing they aren't cooperating with the investigation into the fatal shooting of a man outside a Canadian Tire last year.
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