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BRANDON, Man. – A bail hearing for one of four men charged after a Manitoba RCMP officer was shot and injured has heard that the Mountie was struck in the back of the head after running the suspects off the road with his cruiser.
SASKATOON — An Indigenous group is worried about the Saskatchewan government’s plan to arm some conservation officers with the same type of rifle that is used by the military and some police forces.
Blue Line congratulates the winners of its annual Best Dressed Police Vehicle Awards, the only program of its kind in Canada.
The new RCMP Valleyfield Detachment was officially opened Oct. 29. The detachment “symbolizes the RCMP's commitment to providing federal police services to all Canadians. At the same time, the RCMP is reiterating its desire to fight the sale of illicit goods and organized crime.”
MONTREAL — Jewish communities and citizens across Canada gathered together over the weekend to commemorate the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting and condemn what one rabbi described as “an outrageous act of evil.”
Police are dealing with a prairie fire of methamphetamine use which is rapidly overtaking fentanyl as the drug of choice for many.
SURREY, B.C. — Public health officials in British Columbia’s Lower Mainland are warning drug users to consume less than they normally would following a spike in overdoses Friday night.
MONTREAL — The Canada Border Services Agency and the Port of Montreal have signed on for a trial run of a technology that aims to streamline freight shipping using the power of blockchain.
ORILLIA, Ont. — Ontario Provincial Police say they’ve laid dozens of charges after a co-ordinated human trafficking investigation.
October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, the L'Assomption / Saint-Sulpice Police Service supports the pink ribbon cause in Quebec. This month four patrol vehicles are equipped with a pink-font lettering, with the O represented by a pink ribbon.
Randy Whitcroft of Kanata, Ont., has joined MSAB, the mobile forensic technology company, to lead their sales efforts in Canada. Whitcroft was formerly senior account executive with Oracle Canada.
WASHINGTON — Crude pipe bombs targeting Hillary Clinton, former President Barack Obama, CNN and others were intercepted Tuesday night and Wednesday in a rash of attacks aimed at prominent Democrats and a cable news network often criticized by political conservatives.
MILWAUKEE — Police dogs have always helped their human counterparts through their eyes and nose, and now some of the dogs are getting their own backup — cameras that transmit live video.
NEW YORK — The New York City Police Department scrambled Monday to find ways to quickly replace thousands of body camera devices it suddenly stopped using after an officer said one caught fire and exploded as he headed out on patrol over the weekend.
OTTAWA — Satellites vital to Canadian military operations are vulnerable to cyberattack or even a direct missile strike — just one example of why the country’s defence policy must extend fully into the burgeoning space frontier, an internal Defence Department note warns.

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