BURNABY, B.C. — A coroner’s inquest jury is recommending the RCMP make changes to mental health programs for its officers and their families after the death by suicide of a sergeant in 2013 who was involved in a high-profile case in British Columbia that resulted in criticism of the department.
TORONTO — A veteran Toronto police officer has been named the next commissioner of Ontario Provincial Police.
PELHAM, Ont. — A police officer was critically injured Thursday in a shooting incident that Ontario’s police watchdog said involved two members of the Niagara regional police.
BURNABY, B.C. — A supervisor of an RCMP officer who took his own life in 2013 broke down Wednesday as he read the last few emails exchanged between the two men to a coroner’s inquest.
WINNIPEG — A new report shows there was a decline in the number of formal complaints filed last year by Manitobans against 11 municipal police departments in the province.
DELTA, B.C. — Const. Derek Gallamore was shocked when his department in Delta, B.C., busted a woman allegedly selling weed-laced brownies with 40 times the recommended single dose of THC.
OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says police-reported hate crime increased sharply last year, with incidents targeting blacks, Jews and Muslims accounting for most of the national increases.
Recipients of the Governor General’s Police Exemplary Service Medal (PESM) are invited to order a special vinyl sticker created just for these award winners.
After five judges acquitted the two B.C. police officers trapped in Cuba earlier this month, the men’s families have issued a statement saying, “we have learned that the prosecution is appealing the unanimous decision of the judges,” and that “the nightmare is not yet over.”
Regina’s police chief says an RCMP review into how his officers investigated the death of a woman who plunged 10 storeys down a hotel laundry chute won’t be released, a decision that upsets the victim’s family.
TORONTO — Ontario’s top court has asked the federal government for more information before deciding whether Canada’s segregation laws will become invalid next month.
OTTAWA — Canadian companies should watch out when they use technology supplied by state-owned companies from countries that want to steal corporate secrets, the country’s security agencies have warned them.
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — One of the first police officers to arrive on the scene where multi-millionaire businessman Richard Oland’s body had been discovered knew right away it was not going to be a good outcome.
Flair Airlines has apologized for a situation at Vancouver International Airport that saw a pilot call the police to deal with frustrated passengers at the gate, some of whom had been waiting 14 hours before their flight was cancelled.

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