HALIFAX — More than five kilograms of diamonds and jewels. A Picasso worth millions. Nearly 50 kilograms in cash.
TORONTO — When most people think about opioid overdoses, it’s typically a younger person that comes to mind. But it’s often older Canadians who bear the brunt of detrimental effects related to the powerful narcotics.
The recent suicides of three officers in as many weeks has prompted Ontario’s provincial police force to launch an internal review on what might be preventing those within its ranks from seeking help with mental health issues.
One of Toronto’s major malls is currently in lockdown, according to Toronto Police, after an evacuation following reports of gunshots.
WINNIPEG — Four suspects are in custody after an RCMP officer was shot and seriously injured while responding to a break-and-enter call near a small resort town in western Manitoba.
WINNIPEG — Dane Bourget never thought his life would spiral into addiction.
OTTAWA — Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould is giving the green light to a new roadside test to check for drugs.
Blue Line travelled to Halifax, N.S., earlier this month to take in insight from leaders in policing across the country as well as new technology on the bustling show floor at the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police’s (CACP) Annual Conference, featuring the theme: “Policing in an ever-changing world.”
LONDON, Ont. — Residents in London, Ont., are being warned about potent forms of fentanyl and heroin linked to 13 overdoses this month at a safe injection site.
TORONTO — A review into how Toronto police handle missing persons cases will take longer due to the “large task” involved, the judge leading the probe said.
KUGAARUK, Nunavut — Dozens of passengers from an Arctic cruise ship that ran aground Friday morning were expected to be flown back south.
BARRIE, Ont. — The union representing provincial police officers in Ontario is calling on the Special Investigations Unit to end the practice of launching an investigation when an officer unsuccessfully administers naloxone to an overdose victim.
Police forces in Canada are joining colleagues worldwide in issuing warnings about a disturbing online challenge that encourages participants to complete dangerous and violent tasks.
A new Canadian Coast Guard search and rescue station was opened earlier this summer in Victoria, B.C. The details of two new Coast Guard lifeboats that will be stationed on the West Coast were also discussed by Terry Beech, parliamentary secretary to the Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard.
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