TORONTO — An advocacy group says it plans to open an unsanctioned overdose prevention site in an area of Toronto that has recently been plagued by overdose deaths.
REGINA — A former police chief who led a review of Saskatchewan’s coroner system has been appointed to head it up and says he wants to return confidence to the office.
Montreal’s city council unanimously adopted a motion on Monday calling for the federal government to ban the possession of handguns and so-called assault weapons across the country except for members of security forces and other authorities mandated to posses firearms.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Ministry of the Interior (MININT) of the Republic of Cuba signed an agreement on August 15 to “strengthen their co-operation to prevent and fight sexual crimes against children.”
On Aug. 22, the Fort Saskatchewan RCMP, along with the city, will be hosting a Sunset Retreat Ceremony at the Fort Heritage Precinct starting at 5 p.m.
TORONTO — Buyers who have to provide personal information to purchase recreational pot online after legalization this fall should be able to rely on existing laws to protect their privacy but the issue needs to be watched closely to ensure regulations are obeyed and mistakes are avoided, experts say.
FREDERICTON — Hundreds of mourners lined up in downtown Fredericton on Thursday for an emotional public visitation for two city police constables killed in the line of duty.
OTTAWA — Canada’s police chiefs are pressing the Trudeau government to sign a new electronic data-sharing agreement with the United States to overcome hurdles in the fight against crimes ranging from fraud to cyberterrorism.
FREDERICTON — The start of a new week marks a time for Fredericton to begin healing as a community, the city’s police chief said Sunday, as officers cleaned up a makeshift memorial dedicated to two constables gunned down earlier this month.
The Ontario Special Constable Association (OSCA) left no rock unturned during talks at its First Annual Leadership Summit on August 10, 2018, in Toronto, Ont.
HALIFAX — Canada’s police chiefs say in light of recent gun-related tragedies in Fredericton and in other cities across the country they are striking a committee to analyze data related to gun violence.
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