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FLINT, Mich. — A Canadian man from Tunisia shouted in Arabic before stabbing a police officer in the neck at a Michigan airport, and made reference to people being killed overseas during the attack that’s now being investigated as an act of terrorism, federal and court officials said.
HALIFAX — Lionel Desmond suffered rages from post-traumatic stress. He told relatives he struggled to access mental health services. Then he killed his family and himself.
An RCMP corporal who was a friend of three murdered Mounties is publicly condemning the commissioner’s testimony last week as a clear failure of leadership.
In 2017, the Edmonton Police Service is celebrating its 125th anniversary. Blue Line recently sat down with Chief Rod Knecht to discuss his 40-year career in law enforcement, his six years as Edmonton’s chief of police and what he sees as the current and future challenges facing Canada’s policing community.
Halifax’s police chief is proposing that suicide statistics be released in an effort to start a conversation on the issue.
Montreal police officers have put away their camouflage pants until at least Friday night as their union and the city engage in intensive negotiations to try to reach a deal on pensions.
OTTAWA — The Liberal government’s sweeping new security legislation would limit — but not eliminate — controversial powers that allow Canada’s spy agency to actively disrupt terror plots.
PORT COQUITLAM, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog says it has launched an investigation into a fatal incident after RCMP responded to a report about a distraught man threatening to harm himself.
PITTSBURGH — A Canadian who helped save a man from falling down a ravine is among 19 people being honoured with a medal from the Pittsburgh-based Carnegie Hero Fund Commission.
SASKATOON — A human rights group says indigenous women in Saskatchewan have been subjected to violence, invasive strip searches and other mistreatment by police.
OTTAWA — Be alert but not alarmed, police are urging Canadians who will congregate under the Peace Tower next month for Canada 150 celebrations — a massive public gathering for which intelligence agencies and emergency teams have spent months preparing.
It all started with Samuel Port, William Brown, Charles Bussette and Henry Goodenough back in 1867. Since then the Windsor Police Service has aged right along with Canada and held week-long celebrations recently to look back at the milestones through its 150 years.
CHARLOTTTOWN, P.E.I. — Police in P.E.I. are warning people about fake prescription drugs containing "extremely dangerous” fentanyl.
Both the Saint John and Kennebecasis police forces in New Brunswick are seeking the chance to compete in the World Police & Fire Games in California this August.
The Brantford Police Service recently wrapped up its edition of the 30th anniversary Ontario Law Enforcement Run for Special Olympics, raising $2,500.
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