TORONTO — Ontario researchers have teamed up to test a portable device that can detect the presence of potentially deadly fentanyl in street drugs and deliver the results in mere seconds.
BRANDON, Man. — The Brandon Police Service in Manitoba now has a force simulation lab to train officers how to respond appropriately to different scenarios.
VICTORIA — A Victoria event venue has hired a so-called consent captain to help prevent sexual harassment and assaults as bars and nightclubs across Canada grapple with how to respond to the #MeToo movement.
The Manitoba government has named new appointee Steven Hennessey to the Winnipeg Police Board.
Kongsberg Geospatial, a geospatial visualisation software company, and Arctic UAV, a UAS (unmanned aerial system) service provider in the Canadian Arctic, have announced that the Kongsberg Geospatial IRIS UAS situational awareness application has been adopted by Arctic UAV to enhance their BVLOS (beyond visual line of sight) operations.
TORONTO — Ontario’s top court has dismissed the appeal of a Toronto police officer convicted of attempted murder in the fatal shooting of a troubled teen on an empty streetcar, ruling Monday that Const. James Forcillo took “unnecessary and excessive” action during the encounter.
OTTAWA — Substance abuse experts, medical professionals and industry leaders kicked off what they hope will become a national conversation Monday about keeping pre-mixed drinks loaded with alcohol, caffeine and sugar off shelves and away from young people.
TORONTO — Canada’s real estate industry organization is calling for a moratorium on growing recreational marijuana at home until the government sets out nationwide regulations for the practice.
WINNIPEG — A Manitoba police officer has filed a lawsuit alleging intimate images of her were shared without her permission.
FREDERICTON — The TD Bank Group has become the first Canadian bank to join the Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity — a centre for cyber technology research at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton.
VANCOUVER — British Columbia has unveiled its plan for regulating recreational marijuana, but the enforcement and testing for drug-impaired driving remain hazy.
TORONTO — The site of a deadly van attack was transformed into a place of mourning Sunday evening, as the streets of north Toronto echoed with thousands of people singing O Canada at a vigil for the victims.
TORONTO — A new study finds a steep rise in opioid-related deaths in Ontario among teens and young adults.
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