Canadian Pacific (CP) and the Canadian Pacific Police Association (CPPA) have announced a tentative, forward-looking five-year agreement.
EDMONTON — An Edmonton police officer who was rammed by a vehicle outside a CFL game and then stabbed says his life has returned to normal.
QUEBEC — Tensions flared during rival demonstrations by right wing groups and their opponents in Quebec City on Saturday, prompting police to arrest dozens of people as they worked to keep the two sides apart.
OTTAWA — Canada’s anti-money laundering agency is helping fight the scourge of fentanyl by tracing the illicit movement of funds tied to the deadly drug.
OTTAWA — A leading researcher on terrorist travellers says returnees to Canada can be rehabilitated, since those who come back to their home countries are often disillusioned or traumatized.
CALGARY — Five large tables loaded with fentanyl, cocaine, methamphetamine and firearms was the culmination of a year-long investigation into a drug-trafficking network based in Calgary.
OTTAWA — Alberta’s premier says she’s worried that marijuana legalization could drive up policing and court bills her province cannot afford to pay.
TORONTO — The Toronto District School Board has voted to permanently end the practice of having police officers stationed in high schools.
OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says it plans to start measuring the economic and social impacts of recreational pot — even before Canada legalizes it.
MONTREAL — Canada should expect a massive influx of Haitians attempting to enter the country from the United States in light of the decision to end a program granting almost 60,000 Haitians residency south of the border, experts say.
TORONTO — The overall number of prescriptions for opioids has increased over the last five years, but doctors have been giving patients fewer doses at one time, a report by the Canadian Institute for Health Information has found.
Imagine taking a doctor into your confidence in a hospital emergency room, only to discover that someone else is recording the conversation on a smartphone. One of British Columbia’s busiest hospitals is wrestling with that very problem, and the someone else happens to be the local police.
WHITEHORSE — The legal age for the consumption of recreational marijuana would be set at 19 in Yukon under proposals released Monday by the territory’s government.
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