February bomb threat against Unifor Local 594 not credible: Regina police – Regina

Unifor Local 594 is wondering why it wasn’t informed of a bomb threat against its picket lines earlier this year. “People tell us where

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Playground zone tickets are up in Calgary for the first time in years but police say it’s not a cash grab

Calgary police issued more than 91,000 photo-radar tickets in playground zones in 2019, reversing years of declines in these types of speeding offences. Data

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12-year-old boy still unaccounted for after Markham house fire, York police say – Toronto

York Regional Police say a 12-year-old boy is still unaccounted for after a house fire in Markham on Sunday. Police said emergency services responded

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Vancouver mayor says he was ‘blindsided’ by closed-door vote to cut police budget – BC

Vancouver’s mayor is taking heat after saying he was “blindsided” by a vote to cut one per cent of the city police force’s budget.

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Police investigate possible street racing crash that killed a youth

Calgary police are investigating a crash that killed one young person and badly injured two others as a possible street racing incident. It happened on 52nd

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Edmonton police campus project needs new roof, $8M more funding: city report

The leaky roof on the Edmonton police campus facility needs to be replaced, adding $8 million to an already delayed and over-budget project, according

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Boa constrictor, weapons seized from Oppenheimer park by Vancouver police

Police have seized an eight-foot boa constrictor and multiple weapons after responding to a 911 call about a fight at the Oppenheimer park encampment

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RCMP seek dashcam video of car involved in shooting, fatal confrontation with police

RCMP are seeking dashcam video of a vehicle that fled police after a shooting in Blackfalds, Alta., leading to a fatal confrontation with Mounties south of

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‘Left to fend for himself’: Man killed by police had no access to mental health care, judge finds

When David McQueen was fatally shot by police in 2016 after opening fire on his own neighbourhood, his life had spiralled into a “horrendously difficult

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Nova Scotia shooting: Calls grow for more regulations around buying, selling police paraphernalia in province

RCMP have said that the gunman in April mass shooting had an advantage over police, but there are still no laws against owning such

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