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.
OTTAWA — The Liberal government is aware the massive black market for marijuana is banking on the appeal of products like cookies, tablets and vape pens but it defends waiting another year to greenlight these items for the legal market.
SURREY, B.C. — Police officers acted appropriately in dealing with a carjacking suspect as they attempted to arrest him at a ferry terminal in Nanaimo before he was fatally shot, British Columbia’s police watchdog said in a report released Monday.
MONTREAL — Quebec provincial police officers have begun removing controversial red bands they had been wearing in solidarity with colleagues alleged to have abused Indigenous women.
WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s health minister says there is evidence that people with addictions in the province are turning to methamphetamines.
SASKATOON — A Saskatoon police dog that was removed from duty after it bit a six-year-old girl while it was tracking suspects is back on the job.
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IQALUIT, Nunavut — A Nunavut politician wants the territory to review how it investigates violence complaints against the RCMP in light of recently released documents and videos.
HALIFAX — Canada’s decision to legalize cannabis will create a backlog in the courts as those charged with driving while drug-impaired are sure to launch a wave of legal challenges, a lawyer who specializes in impaired driving cases says.
FREDERICTON — The man charged with murder in a Fredericton shooting spree that left four people dead says he should be “exonerated” immediately because of temporary insanity.
TORONTO — A total of 11 unlicensed marijuana dispensaries have been shut down in Toronto since recreational cannabis became legal last week, police said Monday.
PORT ALBERNI, B.C. — The managers of two pot shops on Vancouver Island where police seized thousands of dollars worth of marijuana say the British Columbia government failed them by only approving one store in the province before legalization as raids were reported on both ends of the country.
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