CALGARY — Four Calgary police on horses wrangled three youth accused of pointing a firearm and stealing from a store.
HALIFAX — Close to a quarter of solitary confinements in Nova Scotia’s jails are due to medical issues or protection from other inmates, according to recent figures offering a glimpse of why offenders in the province spend weeks buried in virtual isolation.
A CBC article says Saskatchewan RCMP recently began a new dashcam technology pilot and “expects to go province-wide” after this wraps up at the end of the month.
HAMILTON — Police in Hamilton say 80 people are facing charges in a drug trafficking and firearms investigation.
CHATHAM, Ont. — Provincial police are asking people to think before they post video or pictures from accident scenes on social media.
Blue Line’s annual Best Dressed Police Vehicle Contest is now open!
MONTREAL — An anti-fascist group is organizing a counter-protest against a demonstration in Quebec City on Sunday that is being planned by a far-right group.
WINNIPEG — Canada Post has filed a court application to find out if it’s owed money over the construction of its Winnipeg mail sorting plant.
A senior police official in Spain says that a single police officer killed four of the suspects who carried out the attack in the Catalan seaside town of Cambrils.
CHARLOTTETOWN — Nine men affiliated with a Toronto-area Hells Angels chapter have been arrested by a new police task force targeting P.E.I.’s growing outlaw motorcycle gang presence.
TORONTO — The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada says it will carry out an independent audit of the process used to reassess the long-term detention of permanent residents and foreigners after two recent court decisions raised concerns that the rules may not always be applied fairly.
OTTAWA — The Justice Department wants to know what Canadians think of changing some of the former Conservative government’s controversial tough-on-crime sentencing legacy — including mandatory minimum penalties — before the Liberals bring in their promised reforms.
A new briefing by the Conference Board of Canada provides recommendations for improving the effectiveness of emergency responses to terrorism-related events.
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