WINNIPEG — Nearly half of all youth who end up in custody across Canada are Indigenous, a statistic that a Manitoba activist says shows unacceptable and systemic racism.
Crime Stoppers International (CSI) and Digital Ally announced they have entered into a sponsorship agreement which will assist the global non-governmental organization in increasing awareness of its activities in communities around the world while also boosting the visibility and availability of Digital Ally’s suite of video surveillance products for law enforcement, homeland security and commercial applications.
A newly constructed Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) facility at the Lansdowne port of entry (POE) has been officially opened, replacing the former commercial facility built in 1960 and the traveller facility constructed in 1972.
Darlene Forst had never heard of the Canadian Police and Peace Officers’ Memorial that takes place on the last Sunday of September in Ottawa every year until her husband, who is a member of the Vancouver Police Department, attended one. He brought her along the following year.
An international operation against the illegal trade in wildlife and timber has seen hundreds of seizures worldwide as well as suspects arrested.
Blue Line’s annual Best Dressed Police Vehicle Awards is now open!
OTTAWA — The federal government is basking in the glow of its newly realized plan to legalize marijuana, but it is reminding Canadians that pot remains illegal until the Cannabis Act goes into effect.
OTTAWA — Canadians will be able to legally purchase and consume recreational marijuana by mid-September at the latest after the Senate voted Tuesday to lift almost a century-old prohibition on cannabis.
MONTREAL — Suspended Montreal police chief Philippe Pichet, whose tenure was marred by scandals inside the force, will not return as head of the organization but will remain with the department in a new role, Mayor Valerie Plante said Tuesday.
VANCOUVER — A British Columbia man’s Facebook posts allegedly threatening violence in support of the Islamic State group provide enough evidence to suggest he poses a security risk to Canada and should be deported, an official for the Canada Border Services Agency says.
OTTAWA — The federal government is proposing measures that take aim at shadowy payments made by terrorists and money launderers using virtual currencies and prepaid credit cards.
Edmonton Police Supt. David Veitch and Shelly Ullery, an auxiliary constable with the St. Albert RCMP, were among the award winners earlier this summer for the 27th annual Alberta Community Justice Awards, honouring those “who have found innovative and proactive ways to prevent crime in their cities and neighbourhoods.”
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