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Dozens of Mexican “modern day slaves” who were allegedly forced to work as cleaners at vacation properties in Ontario for as little as $50 per month have been freed and offered legitimate employment, police announced Monday.
The Policing Security Network (PSN) was recently established to help Canadian police services collaborate about threats and risks to police facilities and assets. It has now grown to include almost 100 members and is ready to welcome more.
The Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) recently completed a seven-month long trial, testing the effectiveness and utility of body cameras being worn by their officers while on duty, and the verdict is in: no-go.
OTTAWA — Foreign hackers have targeted Canadian banks, mining companies and government institutions in recent years to steal valuable secrets and spread malware, a leading cybersecurity analyst warns.
OTTAWA — A Conservative MP is hoping to increase the amount of time a convicted killer must spend behind bars before they can apply for parole just as serial killer Bruce McArthur and the Quebec City mosque shooter await their sentences.
MONTREAL — The man who killed six worshippers inside a Quebec City mosque in 2017 could receive the longest prison sentence in Canadian history when he appears before a judge Friday.
NEW YORK — The New York Police Department wants the navigation app Waze to stop warning drivers about sobriety checkpoints.
TORONTO — A Toronto police officer facing disciplinary charges related to a 2016 arrest of serial killer Bruce McArthur is accused of breaching the force’s policy on how to handle reports of domestic violence.
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — A new report on four inmate deaths says Newfoundland’s prisons are suffering a mental health crisis that the current system cannot fix.
Last month Mohawk College celebrated the launch of Psycho-Social Criminology, a new general education course in the School of Community, Justice and Liberal Studies.
REGINA — Saskatchewan’s justice minister says it was an unintended consequence that police would withhold the names of homicide victims when they were brought under provincial privacy laws.
Halifax District RCMP have recently purchased a side-by-side vehicle to be used in the Musquodoboit Harbour area. The new piece of equipment will allow RCMP members to patrol trails, seasonal properties and assist when responding to search and rescue calls when required.
Axon Public Safety Canada Inc. has announced a two-year renewal of their partnership with both the Atlantic Women in Law Enforcement and Ontario Women in Law Enforcement organizations.
TORONTO — The Ontario government is appealing a court ruling that found the enforcement powers held by the province’s private animal welfare agency were unconstitutional.
BUFFALO NARROWS, Sask. — Sixty years after two men vanished when their float plane crashed on a northern Saskatchewan lake, RCMP divers have helped bring some closure to their relatives by recovering their remains from deep underneath the lake’s frozen surface.

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