A small number of police departments in the U.S. are showing interest in a new type of video camera that can be mounted directly on officers’ guns, saying it may offer a better view of officer-involved shootings than body cameras. Some law enforcement officials and civil rights groups are skeptical.
MONCTON, N.B. — An RCMP corporal who was friends with three Mounties killed in New Brunswick says he has been rebuked for publicly calling on the force’s top brass to start listening to its officers.
OTTAWA — Officials at National Defence have dusted off their briefing books and are back looking at where they could send Canadian peacekeepers as the clock ticks down to a major UN summit on the subject next month in Vancouver.
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — A Toronto-area police force says it has recovered a pair of Blue Jays rings that were stolen more than two decades ago.
HALIFAX — Nearly two dozen partygoers were arrested after a series of off-campus celebrations for Dalhousie University’s homecoming weekend overran a Halifax residential neighbourhood.
ROBERVAL, Que. — Quebec provincial police say they've opened a homicide investigation into the slaying of one of their former members.
HALIFAX — A national advocate says Nova Scotia’s proposed law that aims to give more autonomy to those with intellectual or cognitive disabilities would likely face a constitutional challenge if it is passed without changes.
The budding marijuana industry is spurring new research around cannabis that will have long-term effects on a variety of fields, from farming to new medicine, as companies look for solid scientific data on the substance.
Saskatoon’s board of police commissioners is expected next year, adding two at-large members early, reports the Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
Barrie Police recently unveiled its new confidential bullying reporting system.
SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia’s minister of public safety says dealers whose fentanyl-laced drugs cause death could face a manslaughter charge.
TORONTO — Confusion over whether an accused Canadian terrorist is dead or not is hampering efforts to resolve a legal battle over police demand for a journalist’s background materials, a request that has alarmed media-rights groups.
SASKATOON — Canada’s public safety minister says the RCMP is working to address their under-staffing issue in Saskatchewan.
OTTAWA — A spokesman for Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says an RCMP questionnaire that singled out Muslim asylum seekers has been deemed inappropriate and taken out of circulation.
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