PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — A woman shot by police three times in an armed standoff in eastern British Columbia has been given a conditional sentence because the Crown says she was also a victim.
Winnipeg’s police chief says he will investigate whether more must be done to fight impaired driving in the city’s police force following the arrests of two more officers.
VANCOUVER — There won’t be any uniformed police officers marching alongside the colourful floats in Vancouver’s Pride parade next August.
Calgary’s city council has approved a budget increase for the police service that will mean more boots on the street to fight crime.
SASKATOON — A former Saskatoon police chief has been named to lead a review of Saskatchewan's Office of the Chief Coroner.
MONTREAL — McGill University law professor Daniel Weinstock says he heartily recommends his students take up criminal law in order to take advantage of the country’s new, strict cannabis laws.
MONTREAL — The union representing Montreal police officers criticized Mayor Valerie Plante on Tuesday for saying she is open to the idea of creating a memorial for a young man shot dead by police in 2008.
MONTREAL — Amid swift and widespread outrage, a pro-gun lobby group backtracked Tuesday on a plan to hold a rally at a memorial site for the 14 women who were killed at Ecole polytechnique in 1989.
REGINA — The Prairies occupy two of the top three spots in a category no one wants to lead in — homicide rates.
DIEPPE, N.B. — Canada’s internal-trade ministers say they are making progress on reducing barriers for interprovincial alcohol sales, even before the country’s highest court takes up the issue.
CALGARY — Data theft from high-profile hacks against companies like Uber and Equifax can cost consumers thousands of dollars but resource companies worry about millions in damage, along with potential injuries and death, if their technology is compromised.
ORILLIA, Ont. — Provincial police say nearly half of the people killed in impaired driving crashes over the past 15 years were not the impaired driver.
VANCOUVER — A woman who found a black bear cub that was later killed by a conservation officer is accusing the British Columbia government of breaking its own law on the destruction of wild animals.
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