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Toronto police say they have arrested nine people who are facing a total of 279 charges in a drug and gun investigation.
REGINA — Saskatchewan is going to made photo speed enforcement permanent following a pilot project the government says showed positive results.
TORONTO — Canadian licensed marijuana producer Tilray Inc. has received the green light from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agency to export a medical cannabis product south of the border for use in a clinical trial.
KENORA, Ont. - The Ontario government says a corrections officer has been released and was being assessed at a hospital after being taken hostage at a jail in Kenora.
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia has become the latest province to introduce a law to restrict the possession and sale of body armour.
Police in Canada’s most populous city have changed how they respond to burglar alarms in an attempt to use officers’ time more efficiently, but the new policy has raised safety concerns among some residents.
WINNIPEG — A Manitoba Crown agency is suffering a financial hangover over the rising amount of booze being stolen from provincial liquor stores.
WINNIPEG — Store owners who will sell cannabis in Manitoba will face strict rules about how they display and secure the drug when its recreational use becomes legal next month.
Two Canadians have made the cut for the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) 40 Under 40 award program.
BANGKOK — A wildlife monitoring group says research it has conducted since 2016 has found a sharp increase in the number of people belonging to Facebook groups in Thailand where endangered animals are bought and sold.
MONTREAL — The Court of Quebec has postponed and shortened the preliminary inquiry into SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., which is now scheduled to kick off Oct. 22 following the activation of a new Criminal Code provision the company’s lawyer says will work in its favour.
WINNIPEG — People who break Manitoba’s rules on cannabis consumption will face fines of up to $2,542 under new regulations approved by the Progressive Conservative cabinet.
OTTAWA — A mandate letter for Canada’s new corrections commissioner calls for more engagement with community groups to help prevent released prisoners from re-offending — something prisoner advocacy organizations say the prison system has not been very good at doing.
CALGARY — Alberta’s police watchdog has cleared a Calgary officer who fired 11 shots in less than three seconds at a man inside a stolen car, saying the use of force was reasonable given the danger.
Alberta RCMP is following a new policy: to verify alarms before responding, and to not respond to alarms that are only triggered once.

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