TORONTO — The Progressive Conservatives have asked the Ontario Provincial Police to investigate millions in ineligible expenses — including scuba gear and raccoon traps — filed by nine power generators in the province.
Provincial police are patrolling Ontario roads in transport trucks this week in an effort to crack down on distracted driving by commercial truck drivers.
OTTAWA — Montreal-born Richard Wagner, a self-proclaimed advocate of judicial independence, will become the next chief justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday.
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REGINA — The University of Regina has been commissioned to study the effects of policing on the mental health of RCMP officers.
HALIFAX — Christopher Garnier had exercised his right to remain silent 64 times.
TORONTO — Canadians have been swindled out of more than $1.7 million via scams involving cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin so far this year — more than double the amount during all of 2016.
CALGARY — Border guards and Alberta RCMP say they have prevented a record amount of drugs from coming into Canada.
CHICAGO — The Chicago Police Department says all patrol officers are now equipped with body cameras.
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia and P.E.I. both set their legal age for marijuana at 19 on Thursday, but the two East Coast provinces are taking different paths on how weed will be sold.
TORONTO — Ontario will offer naloxone to police and firefighters across the province and can now approve safe injection sites on its own, it announced Thursday as new figures showed a dramatic spike in opioid-related deaths.
MONTREAL — Quebec’s public security minister suspended the Montreal police chief on Wednesday after a damning report criticized Philippe Pichet’s inability to restore public faith in the much-maligned force.
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador has made a deal with Canopy Growth Corp. to supply pot in the province once it’s legal next July.
OTTAWA — The Liberal government wants to lift the mystery surrounding the G7 summit as it prepares to host the gathering next year, in hopes that Canadians will feel more included and, perhaps, less inclined to protest on the periphery.
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