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Toronto police will add 200 frontline officers to the night shift this summer in an effort to reduce gun violence in the city.
Toronto police say they are increasing the number of officers throughout the city in response to an “unconfirmed, uncorroborated piece of information” relating to the Greater Toronto Area.
The Calgary Police Service (CPS), a Major Cities Chiefs Association member, has announced plans to roll out Axon Body 2 cameras backed by the digital evidence management system, Evidence.com.
OTTAWA — A research group is hoping to draw more attention to femicide — the killing of women and girls — by publicly disclosing the names of Canadian victims.
VANCOUVER — Former RCMP officers who suffered sexual harassment and bullying on the job are grieving the suicide of an ex-Mountie who advocated for change within the force they say ruined so many lives.
MSAB, a developer of mobile forensic solutions, has announced it is joining other industry partners to work on the Cyber-Investigation Analysis Standard Expression (CASE) initiative. CASE is a community-developed specification language or standard designed to serve a broad range of cyber-investigation domains, including digital forensic science, incident response, counter-terrorism, criminal justice, forensic intelligence and situational awareness.
OTTAWA — As the United States faces mounting criticism over its treatment and detention of illegal migrants, new statistics released by the federal government show Canada’s treatment of irregular border crossers stands in stark contrast.
The driver of a transport truck faces 29 criminal charges in a fatal collision that killed 16 people, including 10 players, with the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team.
OTTAWA — The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police says it is unlikely to reach its goal of having 2,000 officers trained to spot drug-impaired drivers when marijuana becomes legal later this year.
TORONTO — Police forces in Ontario say a sweeping raid on a Toronto-based gang has resulted in more than a thousand charges being laid against 75 people.
TORONTO — Law enforcement agencies are welcoming a delay in the implementation of the country’s new cannabis rules, saying they’re ramping up officer training, working on public education initiatives and hoping to beef up roadside screening efforts by the fall.
OTTAWA — Officials are promising shorter queue times for Canada Day festivities in the nation’s capital this year, but heavy security measures will once again force revellers to endure enhanced screening and tightly controlled access to Parliament Hill.
CALGARY — Shannon Miller has been named head coach of the CWHL’s Calgary Inferno.
TORONTO — An unarmed woman was killed in a drive-by shooting in north Toronto early Sunday morning while on her way home from a funeral, police said.
OTTAWA — Canada and the United States have begun sharing information about suspected terrorists under a revamped agreement even though the federal privacy watchdog is still studying the possible risks for Canadians.

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