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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.
NANAIMO, B.C. — Two men from Nanaimo, B.C., are accused of using a Dodge pick-up truck as a weapon in a crash that destroyed two police vehicles and injured two officers.
VICTORIA — The British Columbia government introduced a trio of bills today outlining how recreational marijuana will be regulated, adding clarity to some rules that have already been made public.
Blue Line was at Toronto Police headquarters on Wednesday, Apr. 25, 2018, to hear an update on Const. Ken Lam, the Toronto Police traffic officer who peacefully arrested the accused in Monday's horrific van attack in North York. Ten people were killed and 14 others were injured.
TORONTO — The RCMP executed a search warrant in Toronto as part of an international police operation that took down what investigators have called the world’s biggest provider of potentially crippling Distributed Denial of Service attacks.
VICTORIA — British Columbia is cracking down on pill presses in a bid to ease the ongoing opioid overdose crisis gripping the province.
TORONTO — A Toronto police officer who has earned international acclaim for the peaceful arrest of a man accused in a deadly van attack does not want to be hailed as a hero.
“Impressive” is the word Satyamoorthy Kabilan uses when he describes the officer who arrested the suspect in a van attack that saw 10 killed and 14 others injured — without firing his weapon.
TORONTO — Candles, flowers and messages of support are being left this morning at the site of a van attack that killed 10 people and injured 15 others.
TORONTO — The president of Toronto’s police union says an officer’s actions in arresting the suspect in a van attack that left at least 10 people dead Monday was “one shining moment” in an otherwise horrific day.
Preventing people from using vehicles as deadly weapons is a difficult task for law enforcement officials, experts say.
“Speculation at this point is actually going to be very unhelpful,” says Dr. Satyamoorthy Kabilan, director of national security and strategic foresight at the Conference Board of Canada, in response to reports that a van had hit eight to ten pedestrians at Yonge and Finch in North Toronto around 1:30 p.m. on Monday.

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