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Under the National Crime Prevention Strategy (NCPS)’s Measures to Support Exiting Prostitution, the feds have funnelled $2.3 million in funds to the Blue Door program, delivered by the Thrive Community Youth Network in St. John’s, N.L.
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.
IQALUIT, Nunavut — After almost two decades of debate, the capital of Nunavut is hoping to reduce booze-related social problems by opening the territory’s first retail store for beer and wine.
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.
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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