Victoria police Const. Ian Jordan died in hospital Wednesday after spending 30 years in a coma caused by his cruiser crashing into another police vehicle racing towards same call.
HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia government was in damage-control mode Thursday as it modified its assertion that police had asked the Internal Services Department to hold off on releasing information about a security breach involving the province’s freedom-of-information internet portal.
TORONTO — A sweeping global child exploitation investigation has led to more than 150 arrests around the world and either charges or convictions against 16 Canadians, Toronto police said Thursday.
Montreal police outlined a proposal Tuesday to bring in stun guns for every two-person team by 2020.
VANCOUVER — Two-thirds of people who fatally overdosed in British Columbia during a 19-month period were involved with the corrections system, says a panel that reviewed a skyrocketing number of illicit-drug deaths.
A new report by the International Transport Forum confirms that lower speeds make roads safer.
CORNER BROOK, N.L. — A Newfoundland judge says the legal system has long failed to recognize the extent of violence faced by women who end relationships, and has opted to jail a man who threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend and distributed an intimate video of her.
HALIFAX — Proposed Nova Scotia legislation would see fines as high as $10,000 for illegal marijuana sales or distribution to a person under 19, while impaired drivers will also face stiff penalties.
Toronto police are withdrawing their application to march in the city’s Pride parade, the force’s chief announced Tuesday after event organizers said the presence of uniformed officers would make members of the LGBTQ community feel unsafe.
MONTREAL — A longtime city councillor does not believe his call for the Montreal police force to allow officers to wear turbans and hijabs will reignite debate over the sensitive issue of reasonable accommodation.
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SAINT JOHN, N.B. — A New Brunswick woman wants police to apologize after she says a chronic lung condition caused her to fail a breathalyzer test and have her licence suspended.
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