VANCOUVER — New rules are being brought in for big-spending gamblers at British Columbia’s casinos.
CALGARY — The parents of a man shot dead by police have lost a bid for a judicial review of a decision not to lay charges.
Ontario drivers could soon find themselves motoring along the highway next to a car with no one in the driver’s seat.
A program that places police officers in some southern Ontario high schools made students feel safer and helped them build positive relationships with law enforcement, a study released Wednesday concluded.
CALGARY — The Calgary Police Service has charged a Los Angeles man in a hoax last month that caused tactical teams to descend on an apartment building for a report of a shooting and hostage taking that turned out to be bogus.
EDMONTON — The Correctional Service of Canada has fired four workers at Edmonton Institution following allegations of harassment, intimidation and bullying of other staff.
TORONTO — Ontario’s police watchdog says no charges are warranted after a psychiatric patient at a downtown Toronto hospital suffered a broken hip when Tasered multiple times by police officers.
SEATTLE — Kyle Juhl made one last attempt to patch things up with his fiancee, then took back his ring, put a gun to his head and pulled the trigger as she and her mother ran from the apartment. The bullet went through a wall and narrowly missed a neighbour’s head as she bent to pick up her little boy.
CALGARY — The president of the Calgary Police Association says his faith in the legal system has been reaffirmed now that both charges against him related to a 2008 arrest have been dropped.
STONY MOUNTAIN, Man. — RCMP are investigating a homicide at a federal prison in Manitoba that killed an inmate who was serving a life sentence for beating a woman to death.
OTTAWA — Canada’s problematic social security tribunal is in for an overhaul, with a renewed focus on serving the people who challenge federal benefit decisions instead of making them jump through administrative hoops.
REGINA — The union that represents Saskatchewan correctional workers wants more action from the province on the deadly drug fentanyl.
ORLANDO, Fla. — The shooter rapidly fires through the front doors of an elementary school with an assault rifle and blasts his way down the hallway. Screaming children are running for their lives or frozen in fear. Teachers quickly try to decide: barricade the doors, or make a run for it with their students?
VICTORIA — British Columbia’s prosecution service has announced no charges will be laid against a Vancouver police officer who deployed his police service dog during the arrest of a suspect.
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