A series of restorative justice meetings between the father of a man who died in a holding cell and staff who oversaw the inmate’s last hours is being praised for bringing reforms and moments of healing.
EVANSBURG, Alta. — Police believe a fleeing suspect who died in an exchange of gunfire with officers in Alberta was wanted for the murder of a Calgary woman, a sister of the woman says.
TORONTO — Powerful opioid drugs are killing people in the northern city of Thunder Bay at a higher rate than anywhere else in Ontario, a new report states.
CALGARY — A judge is recommending changes to how well peace officers are armed and how they deal with mentally unstable people after the death of an Alberta officer in 2012.
REGINA — Police across Saskatchewan are calling on people to turn in unwanted guns as part of a month-long gun amnesty.
VICTORIA — British Columbia’s attorney general wants the federal government to help the province prevent money laundering.
The Southern Alberta Crime Reduction Team (SACRT) is a newly formed team of RCMP officers whose mandate is to target known offenders and reduce crime in Southern Alberta.
OTTAWA — The Senate gave approval in principle on the evening of March 22, 2018, to the federal government’s bill to legalize recreational marijuana, after a tense few days of manoeuvring by Conservative senators hoping to derail one of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s signature election promises.
TORONTO — A police officer who crashed after driving at 178 kilometres an hour in a 50 zone while responding to an emergency had his dangerous driving conviction and licence suspension upheld on Friday.
TORONTO — An innocent cab driver caught up in a bomb blast as police closed in and killed a suspected terrorist in Strathroy, Ont., has filed a lawsuit against the RCMP and other authorities for the trauma he says was visited on him.
OTTAWA — Criminals are using the darker corners of the internet, hard-to-track digital currency and creative shipping techniques to sell illicit guns to Canadians, the RCMP warns.
NANAIMO, B.C. — Prof. Teri Derksen says an unforgettable image of children playing overdose games in a park became the vision behind a university research project to help kids whose family members have been affected by opioids.
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