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OTTAWA — In the often shadowy and dangerous domain of cyberspace, the federal government wants Canadians to have a trustworthy place to turn to help stay safe online.
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Most of the board members of a Newfoundland Pride group have abruptly resigned, days after one of its leaders accused the police of targeting homosexual men for allegedly having sex in a mall bathroom more than two decades ago.
Calgary’s police chief says social media campaigns have lead to more people reporting sex crimes and he needs more detectives for investigations.
SASKATOON — Troy Cooper has been sworn in as the new chief of the Saskatoon Police Service.
EDMONTON — A judge wants police in Alberta to have more training to deal with vulnerable citizens after a fatal police shooting during a traffic stop.
ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Meeting a stranger to complete an online deal can feel risky, even for a veteran police officer.
OTTAWA — The military is currently wrestling with the implications of marijuana legalization, Canada’s top general says — including time restrictions on using the drug before going on duty.
OTTAWA — Canada is looking at ways to help other countries boost the number of female peacekeepers, despite itself having only a handful of Canadian women in blue helmets and berets.
Toronto police say a recent case of alleged human trafficking is the latest in a growing trend involving people using Airbnb rentals to conduct their illicit transactions.
TORONTO — An overwhelming majority of Toronto police union members who voted over the past week in a symbolic poll expressed a lack of confidence in the city’s chief of police — although fewer than half took part in the online survey.
TORONTO — The Toronto police union has launched an online vote of “non-confidence” to give voice to members who have lost faith in the leadership of Chief Mark Saunders.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Marine veteran Jeff Harris was among the first to sign up when the Providence VA hospital started offering acupuncture for chronic pain.
OTTAWA — The federal government is counting on stricter roadside testing — not a lower criminal blood alcohol limit — to stem the carnage caused by impaired driving.
AURORA, Ont. — Police north of Toronto are trying to clear the air after officers reportedly told a group of teens that marijuana use can lead to “enhanced mammary growth in men.”
OTTAWA — The federal prison service says setting up tattoo parlours and needle-exchange programs behind bars would help reduce the spread of hepatitis C.

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