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MONTREAL — Two men were arrested on suspicion of flying a drone near an east-end Montreal jail early Monday, highlighting a problem of growing concern to Canadian correctional authorities as they work to prevent drugs, phones and other contraband from being dropped into inmates’ hands.
BURNABY, B.C. — The RCMP were searching for a driver who they say fled a badly damaged stolen vehicle on Monday after it crashed into a parked police cruiser and injured two officers in Burnaby, B.C.
TORONTO — An alleged inmate assault on staff at a Toronto jail has resulted in roughly 200 em-ployees refusing to carry out non-essential tasks at the facility, the head of a major Ontario union said Monday.
TORONTO — An Ontario Provincial Police deputy commissioner who expressed concerns about a friend of the premier’s being appointed the province’s top cop has been fired.
MONTREAL — The police officers who fatally shot a black man during a 2017 intervention at an east-end Montreal apartment won’t face charges, Quebec’s Crown prosecutors’ office announced on March 1.
EDMONTON — Alberta’s police oversight unit says it was unexpected for a police dog to drag a suspect out from under a truck by the head and ripping off an ear.
TORONTO — For the first time in a century, Ontario’s animal welfare agency will no longer investigate and enforce animal cruelty laws.
On any given shift, police officers might be called to the scene of a car crash, an overdose, even a murder. One result is that 40 per cent of Canadian public safety personnel have experienced post-traumatic stress injuries (PTSI). This statistic resonates deeply with Eliana Barrios Suarez, associate professor of social work at Wilfrid Laurier University and the leader of a new study that aims to reduce the risks of PTSI in police forces.
CTV Toronto reported an exclusive story on how two Toronto Police officers sought to bring a little light to those who lived near serial killer Bruce McArthur in the Thorncliffe Park Drive apartment last Valentine’s Day.
The Toronto Police Service will not be bringing in the ShotSpotter system to target gun violence in the city.
The City of Delta’s local newspaper in British Columbia broke news of the Delta Police Department’s new handguns this year after the approval came from city council at the end of January.
How much do you think cannabis consumption has changed since legalization?
A former police officer turned researcher has launched a new survey open to currently serving as well as retired officers (and those on leave) across Canada to capture a clearer picture of how police culture in the workplace has changed.
DELTA, B.C. — An off-duty British Columbia police officer who was stabbed several times in the stomach while picking up his children outside an elementary school is being called a hero by his police chief.
TORONTO — One of Ontario’s highest-ranking police officers is threatening to sue Premier Doug Ford accusing him of defamation.

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