WINNIPEG — Lawyers and judges say a new court set to open in Manitoba specifically for people with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder could be a game changer.
TORONTO — A 29-year-old Ontario man has pleaded guilty to leaving Canada to try to join Islamic State militants in Syria.
SURREY, B.C. — RCMP are naming the suspect in a shooting on a train platform that left one transit officer with serious injuries in Surrey, B.C.
TORONTO — The case of a man accused of killing 10 people while driving a van down a sidewalk in Toronto has been out over for a month.
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador is establishing its own independent police watchdog.
VANCOUVER — Eighteen years as a firefighter had exposed Greg Gauthier to endless trauma but a call involving a tour bus hitting a family triggered his descent into mental illness as intrusive thoughts and sleepless nights became his daily existence.
SURREY, B.C. — The RCMP asked residents of a neighbourhood in Surrey, B.C., to lock their doors and turn on their outdoor lights Wednesday night as they searched for a suspect in the shooting of a transit officer.
WINNIPEG — Officials with Crime Stoppers in Winnipeg say methamphetamine has become such a crisis that the group is temporarily doubling its cash rewards for information solving crimes related to the street drug.
MONTREAL — Fifty years after what became known as the Sir George Williams riot, one of the students whose allegations of racism triggered the explosive events says it’s a shame they were never able to receive a fair hearing.
Kitchener, Ontario – Jaime Hauseman has joined MSAB as Customer Success Manager, supporting all MSAB customer organizations in Canada.
WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg police officer has testified about his terrifying plunge through ice on the Red River during a search for evidence on the night a city bus driver was fatally stabbed.
TORONTO — A serial killer sexually assaulted many of his victims, all men from Toronto’s gay village, before murdering them and hiding their remains around a property where he worked as landscaper.
HALIFAX — New restrictions on the possession of body armour will take effect in Nova Scotia on Feb. 20.
HALIFAX — William Chandler Shrubsall was a hockey star. He was a pre-med student. He was a devoted son grieving the tragic loss of parents.
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