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TORONTO — A second exploration of a site where alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur is accused of burying the bodies of numerous men yielded human remains on nearly every day of a nine-day search, Toronto police said Tuesday.
Calgary’s police chief is leaving his post with a few regrets and mixed emotions after more than three decades with the force.
TORONTO — A Toronto police officer has been suspended after allegedly leaking information about a “potential risk” in the Greater Toronto Area that was investigated last week, authorities said Tuesday.
VANCOUVER — A one-stop centre for people struggling with both mental health and drug addictions has opened at a Vancouver hospital, creating what the B.C. government says is a first-of-its-kind facility in Canada.
NANAIMO, B.C. — As many as 300 Hells Angels club members and other outlaw motorcycle gang members are expected to descend on Vancouver Island this weekend.
Vancouver police have released proposed guidelines for officers on interacting with undocumented immigrants, in an effort to ensure migrants can access police services without fear of deportation.
Fredericton Police Force (FPF) says it will deploy six Axon Body 2 cameras, four Axon Interview camera systems and 105 licenses for Axon’s Cloud-based digital evidence management solution, Evidence.com. The order was received in the second quarter of 2018 and will roll out in multiple phases.
The United Steelworkers (USW) is applauding the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary’s (RNC) announcement that it will apply a criminal lens to serious injury and death that occur at workplaces throughout the province.
Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), York Region Transit (YRT) and Metrolinx (GO) have collaborated to host the first Annual Transit Special Constable Women’s Symposium on Aug. 25, 2018.
Canadian youth are consuming cannabis at higher rates than in most nations of the world. And now they are talking about it.
TORONTO — A day after vague police statements about a “potential risk” in the Greater Toronto Area sparked confusion and anxiety, security and communications experts said law enforcement must strive to be transparent without stoking public fears when sharing details about unconfirmed threats.
TORONTO — A judge has ruled that the Ontario Superior Court does not have the jurisdiction to hear a proposed class-action lawsuit that accused the Waterloo regional police force of gender-based bullying, violence and sexual misconduct.
ORILLIA, Ont. — Ontario provincial police say fatal transport truck collisions are up in all but two of the force’s six regions this year, with collisions in the North East Region up by 800 per cent from 2017.
TORONTO — Information about a “potential risk” to the Greater Toronto Area has prompted an increase in the number of officers in Toronto’s downtown core, police said Thursday.
VANCOUVER — Indigenous and civil rights activists seeking an investigation of the Vancouver Police Department’s use of random street checks want to amend their complaint based on new data showing Aboriginal women are checked more often than other groups.
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