TORONTO — Two men behind a free Toronto area newspaper that promoted legalizing rape and denied the Holocaust occurred were found guilty on Thursday of promoting hatred against women and Jews.
The RCMP is bringing the 9 p.m. Routine, an international crime prevention initiative, to Nova Scotia.
WINNIPEG — The head of the RCMP in Manitoba says providing an eagle feather to people swearing oaths is a positive step toward reconciliation with Indigenous communities.
TORONTO — Members of Pride Toronto have voted against allowing the city’s uniformed police officers to participate in this year’s parade.
KUTZTOWN, Pa. — A Pennsylvania police department's request for volunteers to get drunk for law and order purposes generated a predictably enthusiastic response.
BURNABY, B.C. — The union representing thousands of workers in British Columbia says the provincial government must hold a public inquiry to examine organized crime, the opioid crisis, money laundering and its connection to real estate.
QUEBEC — The head of the Quebec City mosque where six men were killed in a shooting almost two years ago wants the province to tighten up controls over who has access to firearms.
HALIFAX — Israeli police have arrested 11 suspects in Tel Aviv after authorities in Halifax found nearly five kilograms of cocaine in a container headed for the Middle East.
Toronto police say the alleged ringleader of an international sex trafficking operation was arrested in Ontario and faces extradition to the United States.
THUNDER BAY, Ont. — An Ontario legislator and Thunder Bay police are asking the province for additional funding to implement recommendations in a report that found systemic racism within the police service.
OTTAWA — The federal government is creating an external board of civilian advisers to help the RCMP modernize after years of grappling with internal bullying and harassment.
DANBURY, Conn. — Pat Wynne, a correctional officer at the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury was visiting family as part of his Christmas vacation when the government shutdown began on Dec. 22.
SURREY, B.C. — The RCMP will review the actions of officers who arrested 14 people at an Indigenous pipeline blockade in northwestern British Columbia, and will also erect a temporary detachment to maintain safety in the area.
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