VANCOUVER — There’s little evidence that legalized marijuana poses a threat to public health and safety, and there may be benefits, says a new study from Canadian doctors and researchers.
ANTIGONISH, N.S. — A 10-year study on cannabis use among Canadian youth has revealed some troubling findings.
RICHMOND, B.C. — A man suspected of being a “high roller” and international money launderer has been arrested in B.C.
Aerial drones might someday deliver online purchases to your home. But in some prisons, drone delivery is already a thing. Drones have been spotted flying drugs, cell phones and other contraband over prison walls, and in several cases, drug traffickers have used drones to ferry narcotics across the border.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — After spending years fighting to keep drones from flying over prisons, South Carolina corrections officials unveiled plans to use the small unmanned aircraft to keep a remote eye on inmates, an effort they said is the first of its kind in the country.
OTTAWA — The commissioners of Canada’s national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls say the government’s decision to extend their work by only six months does a “disservice” to victims, survivors and families.
Environment and Climate Change Canada and the Canadian Crime Stoppers Association (CCSA) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Saturday that they say will lead to better detection and reporting of crimes against federally protected wildlife.
Edmonton’s third annual First Responder’s Day took place on June 2, 2018, at Kingsway Garden Mall, honouring first responders and raising funds to support Legacy Place Society.
CALGARY — A virtual abduction scam that targets international students and their families has surfaced in Calgary.
VANCOUVER — Marijuana businesses are growing in size and scope as Canada moves toward legalization of recreational pot, creating an increasingly daunting job for those tasked with enforcing the rules.
TORONTO — Bob Kay feels a twinge of fear every day as he runs his business in Kelowna, B.C., but he charges forward knowing he’s helping people ease their pain.
The Toronto Police Service (TPS) took the next step toward a six-month pilot project of body scan technology by releasing a Request for Expressions of Interest this week.
Police heroes from across the province were celebrated recently at the Police Services Hero of the Year Awards during a ceremony in Kitchener held in conjunction with the Police Association of Ontario’s Annual General Meeting.
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