The Ontario Provincial Police and the Canadian Centre for Child Protection have signed an agreement that highlights areas of collaboration to enhance the safety of children and youth in Ontario. The signed protocol, which solidifies a long-standing relationship between the two organizations, focuses on increasing personal safety education and child protection training, working together to support families of missing and sexually exploited children and joint public awareness efforts.
The “first technique to detect a drone camera illicitly capturing video” is revealed in a new study published by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel and Weizmann Institute of Science cybersecurity researchers. The study addresses increasing concerns about the proliferation of drone use for personal and business applications and how it is impinging on privacy and safety.
VANCOUVER — A British Columbia judge was wrong to throw out findings of guilt against a pair of accused terrorist sympathizers who planted what they thought were pressure-cooker bombs on the lawn of the provincial legislature, the Crown says.
EDMONTON — A man accused of attempted murder in a knife attack on a police officer has been found fit to stand trial, but an assessment on his mental state at the time of the alleged assault is not yet complete.
MARKHAM, Ont. — A U.S. government report says a Toronto-area mall is among the most notorious sources of pirated and counterfeit goods in the world.
A Global News journalist who was briefly arrested while covering a fatal crash last year has filed a lawsuit against Hamilton police, alleging an officer used excessive force in an effort to prevent him from filming.
CALGARY — An escalating debate over a nudist swim at a public swimming pool has prompted the City of Calgary to cancel the event over concerns about security.
WHITEHORSE — Yukon’s government says it wants regulations for recreational marijuana to focus on minimizing health impacts for young people in the territory.
Hamilton police say multiple people using four different vehicles were involved in stalking a member of a notorious Ontario crime family in the days before his murder last year.
BOSTON — A preliminary report examining a yearlong test of body-worn cameras by Boston police has found that the devices might produce a slight reduction in the number of complaints filed.
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — A police dog had an extra edge tracking down an alleged thief on Tuesday: The suspect was carrying stolen steaks.
EDMONTON — Two men and a woman in Alberta are facing 90 charges after an investigation into an alleged identity theft and online weapons trafficking operation.
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