RED DEER, Alta. — A central Alberta man has been charged in an alleged $10-million Ponzi scheme involving the purchase, sale and rental of mobile light towers to customers in Canada and the United States.
WINNIPEG — A former president of the Hells Angels in Manitoba has been denied parole.
OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada has affirmed the constitutionality of Criminal Code provisions for declaring someone a dangerous offender who can be held indefinitely.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — British Columbia is expanding efforts to slow the death toll in the opioid overdose crisis by handing out free kits containing the overdose-reversing drug naloxone from pharmacies across the province.
ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — The Abbotsford Police Department has created its annual Christmas card after a challenging year that included the fatal shooting of Const. John Davidson.
OTTAWA — Health Canada has nearly doubled the number of licensed cannabis producers in the country over the past six months and new numbers show hundreds more applicants are in the final stages of approval as the government rushes toward national marijuana legalization by next July.
As part of its strategy to reform the criminal justice system, Manitoba says it has developed a new model for probation services that will “better focus its reintegration services for offenders leaving custody,” according to Justice Minister Heather Stefanson.
Canada’s prison population is getting greyer, and the Correctional Service of Canada expects to soon complete a strategy for how to deal with aging inmates.
FLIN FLON, Man. — An RCMP officer accused of leaving his unsecured service pistol in a northern Manitoba hotel room while he was on duty has been charged.
CALGARY — Fred van Zuiden turned 87 last month at a secure psychiatric hospital.
TORONTO — Isolating a prisoner for more than five days in a process known as administrative segregation is unconstitutional because the system lacks proper safeguards, an Ontario judge ruled Monday.
CALGARY — A two-year Calgary police pilot program to help prevent youth radicalization has received full funding from the federal government.
On December 8, the RCMP’s National Division Cybercrime Investigative Team laid criminal charges against 31-year old Jimson Kannanthara James of Toronto. He was previously arrested on October 26 as part of an investigation named project “Adoption.”
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