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The Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) recently celebrated its 40th anniversary this year with an open house and career fair at its New Westminster campus.
SMOKY LAKE, Alta. — A new RCMP forestry crimes unit has charged an Alberta man with 23 counts of arson that date back to 2012.
VANCOUVER — An eight-minute video simulating a shooting at an office has been produced by Vancouver police to help prepare people if an active shooter were on the loose.
STANDOFF, Alta. — A life-and-death battle against drug dealers is being waged on the sprawling Blood reserve in southwestern Alberta, as officials struggle to keep deadly opioids away from its most vulnerable residents.
Since 2004, the RCMP says its Reserve Program has provided experienced police officers with an opportunity to continue serving Canadians, while helping the RCMP provide short-term operational relief when more police resources are needed.
The Ontario government announced it was honouring those who have fallen in the line of duty while serving in the province’s correctional services during the seventh annual Ceremony of Remembrance earlier this month.
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Police are actively hunting for two suspects believed to be behind an explosion that rocked an Indian restaurant west of Toronto, sending 15 people to hospital, the chief of the investigating force said Friday.
TORONTO — The technology exists to fix some of the design flaws in Canada’s mobile emergency alert system that was tested last week for an Amber Alert issued in Ontario, some experts say.
HALIFAX — A Halifax cannabis dispensary has once again found itself the target of an alleged break-in followed by a police raid in what the store’s owner said is becoming a pattern.
SEBA BEACH, Alta. — A peace officer had to be hospitalized after being exposed to fentanyl in a small community west of Edmonton.
OTTAWA — Border security officers are being diverted from across Canada to help with an anticipated spike in the number of asylum seekers crossing irregularly into Quebec.
OTTAWA — Three civil rights organizations joined forces Monday to voice their concern over the ongoing use of indefinite solitary confinement for prison inmates — a practice they say is akin to torture and a violation of human rights.
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — A southern Alberta police chief is urging people not to leap to conclusions about how officers handled a racist confrontation at a local Denny’s last month.
BRIDGEWATER, N.S. — The recent acquittal of a young Nova Scotia man accused of sexual assault highlights the complicated nature of judging sexual crimes, an expert says.
OTTAWA — The federal government plans to spend more than $2.2 million to fly roughly 3,000 police officers and dozens of German shepherds from all over the country to Quebec City to help secure the sites for next month’s G7 leaders’ summit.

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