DIEPPE, N.B. — Canada’s internal-trade ministers say they are making progress on reducing barriers for interprovincial alcohol sales, even before the country’s highest court takes up the issue.
CALGARY — Data theft from high-profile hacks against companies like Uber and Equifax can cost consumers thousands of dollars but resource companies worry about millions in damage, along with potential injuries and death, if their technology is compromised.
ORILLIA, Ont. — Provincial police say nearly half of the people killed in impaired driving crashes over the past 15 years were not the impaired driver.
VANCOUVER — A woman who found a black bear cub that was later killed by a conservation officer is accusing the British Columbia government of breaking its own law on the destruction of wild animals.
AURORA, Ont. — A police force north of Toronto has launched a hockey themed distracted driving awareness campaign, saying their officers “really do give a puck.”
The Manitoba government is recognizing 16 police officers for “outstanding contributions to their communities and police services” through the Excellence in Law Enforcement Awards, announced Justice Minister Heather Stefanson.
Canadian Pacific (CP) and the Canadian Pacific Police Association (CPPA) have announced a tentative, forward-looking five-year agreement.
EDMONTON — An Edmonton police officer who was rammed by a vehicle outside a CFL game and then stabbed says his life has returned to normal.
QUEBEC — Tensions flared during rival demonstrations by right wing groups and their opponents in Quebec City on Saturday, prompting police to arrest dozens of people as they worked to keep the two sides apart.
OTTAWA — Canada’s anti-money laundering agency is helping fight the scourge of fentanyl by tracing the illicit movement of funds tied to the deadly drug.
OTTAWA — A leading researcher on terrorist travellers says returnees to Canada can be rehabilitated, since those who come back to their home countries are often disillusioned or traumatized.
CALGARY — Five large tables loaded with fentanyl, cocaine, methamphetamine and firearms was the culmination of a year-long investigation into a drug-trafficking network based in Calgary.
OTTAWA — Alberta’s premier says she’s worried that marijuana legalization could drive up policing and court bills her province cannot afford to pay.
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