PORT DOVER, Ont. — A 28-year-old woman says she was with her husband, children and other family members when she heard screaming as a van drove onto a crowded southwestern Ontario beach.
THOMSON STATION, N.S. — Nova Scotia police say it’s one of the fastest speeds they’ve ever clocked: A young Quebec man was allegedly caught driving 232 kilometres an hour on the Trans-Canada Highway.
VANCOUVER — The suspected overdose deaths of 11 people last week in Vancouver has set what the mayor calls a "ghastly” death-count record for 2018.
A local newspaper was the first to break the news of the pending closure of the RCMP detachment in Sarnia, Ont., taking many by surprise last month.
Public Safety Canada says it’s closely monitoring U.S. moves that would allow designs for 3D-printed guns to be posted online, but there are rules already in place to prevent unauthorized weapons from being made.
FLIN FLON, Man. — Two women have been charged with inciting hatred after someone proposed having a “shoot a Indian day” on social media in northern Manitoba.
REGINA — The Saskatchewan government is testing five pilot projects in an attempt to curb high rates of drunk driving, including one that rewards designated drivers.
Self-driving cars started putting along in the demonstration and testing zone in Stratford, Ont., last year, as interest in the technology ramped up, and now similar talk has turned to the wheels driven by law enforcement — especially as Ford just announced the creation of Ford Autonomous Vehicles LLC.
Statistics Canada has released its data from the 2017 Crime Severity Index (CSI), which takes into account the number of crimes reported to police and the seriousness of those crimes. Police-reported crime in Canada, as measured by both the crime rate and the CSI, increased for the third consecutive year in 2017.
HALIFAX — Instead of busting a bad guy, a police officer opted to bust a move at a famous late-night hangout spot in Halifax.
OTTAWA — Following the recent mass shooting in Toronto, the federal government is eyeing tighter restrictions on handguns — possibly by making certain firearms harder to buy and allowing municipalities to impose their own controls.
Vancouver police say one man has been killed in a targeted shooting.
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