CALGARY — The Alberta government is making Legal Aid lawyers available at first appearance bail hearings.
Saskatoon police say violent drug users are behind a jump in the use of force by officers.
REGINA — It could be weeks or even months before police know why a truck was in a rural Saskatchewan intersection when it crashed with a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos hockey team.
Edmonton’s police chief says he will speak with National Football League executives about the Sept. 30 attack outside a CFL football game that injured a police officer.
TORONTO — Federal data breach regulations set to take effect Nov. 1 will require mandatory reporting of security breaches that pose a “real risk of significant harm,” but give businesses flexibility about how that’s done.
VANCOUVER — From wedding dresses to summer apparel, consumers planning to add new items to their wardrobes are being warned to watch out for knock-off brand name merchandise that is increasingly tricking online shoppers.
TORONTO — Cannabis activists say although this year’s 4-20 celebrations across the country will likely be the last before recreational pot use becomes legal, there’s still a lot to fight for.
The RCMP recently allowed journalists into its covert training facility for the Canadian Air Carrier Protective Program, which trains air marshals — also known as in-flight security officers.
Vancouver Police are hitting the streets with new technology for issuing violation tickets electronically in a provincial pilot project.
The Toronto Police Service has been named the host organization for the Invitational Youth Games 2019 and Chief Mark Saunders has been named as “Honorary Chair” for the games.
WINNIPEG — A Manitoba cabinet minister who says she was raped at 13 says the province is taking an important step by allowing victims of sexual violence to file an anonymous report with police.
The Government of Canada has launched the Memorial Grant Program for First Responders, a new grant program that “recognizes the service and sacrifice of first responders who die as a direct result of carrying out their duties.”
The Canadian government has announced a database of DNA from missing persons is now up and running.
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