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VANCOUVER — An advocacy organization says it wants to map hatred and discrimination across Canada in a move that is prompting warnings of caution from one civil liberties group.
The vast majority of thousands of Ontarians surveyed on animal cruelty laws want police to be the ones to enforce the rules, says a new report compiled amid questions about the role of the province’s animal welfare organization.
CALGARY — Three Calgary police officers found guilty of misusing department computers and harassing a woman involved in a custody battle have been sentenced to jail.
FREDERICTON — A Fredericton man accused of fatally shooting four people, including two police officers, in a killing spree last August will stand trial this fall.
TORONTO — One of Ontario’s police watchdogs says unnecessary and illegal strip searches have become commonplace.
OTTAWA — Travellers, immigration detainees and others who feel mistreated by Canada’s border agency will be able to complain to an independent body under a new measure included in the federal budget.
The Fredericton Police Force (FPF) now has a new tool to assist with investigations thanks to the generous donation of a citizen.
Delta Police Department (DPD) has been named as one of B.C.’s top employers in 2019.
Gatineau police are adopting the Philadelphia Model to take a second look at sexual assault complaints that were found to be either unresolved or unfounded in 2018.
When Tim Jöckel came across an RCMP Stetson for sale at a flea market in Hamburg, Germany, he was thrilled. As an avid collector of RCMP memorabilia, Tim had long been in search of an original John B. Stetson to add to his collection.
The wait for the victims of GandCrab is over: a new decryption tool has been released in mid February for free on the No More Ransom depository for the latest strand of GandCrab, one of the world’s most prolific ransomware to date.
Still recovering from the devastating shooting that took the lives of two police officers on Aug. 10, Canada Post employees have reached out and presented a special first responders stamp to the Fredericton Police Force.
EDMONTON — Alberta is creating a unit to fight hate crimes and extremism in Alberta.
QUEBEC — A little more than two years after their own community came under attack, Muslims in Quebec City said they were in shock over the mass shootings at two New Zealand mosques Friday that claimed at least 50 lives.
MONTREAL — On a crisp day in early March, Tony Boemi looks out on the stacked shipping containers that stretch into the horizon of the 26 kilometre-long Port of Montreal.

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