Two injured in shooting in Chilliwack, B.C., RCMP say

British Columbia Mounted Police are asking for the public’s help after a shooting in Chilliwack left two people injured. Police responded to multiple reports of rioting and shootings Saturday night at the entrance to the city’s Rotary Trail park, they said. RCMP said officers arrived and found both victims with multiple gunshot wounds. Officials provided … Read more

Family of killed Edmonton police officer issues statement thanking public for support

The families of Police Officers Brett Ryan and Travis Jordan watch flowers at a vigil for Ryan and Jordan on March 17 in Edmonton.Jason Franson Families of two Edmonton police officers was shot earlier this month A statement was issued thanking the public for their support. Const family statement. Brett Ryan and Const. Travis Jordan, … Read more

Nova Scotia RCMP warn public of dangerous women carrying handguns in Sipekne’katik First Nation

Shannon Yvonne Hudson appears in this undated RCMP promotional image.He / The Canadian Press Mounties in Sipekne’katik First Nation in central Nova Scotia are warning residents of a dangerous woman “walking” with a pistol in the community. Just after 7 p.m. local time on Sunday, RCMP issued a public alert in the Mi’kmaq community. The … Read more

Ambassador says Biden’s visit ‘truly conveys’ Canada’s importance to U.S.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Joe Biden laugh after Biden addressed parliament at the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Friday, March 24, 2023. U.S. special envoy David Cohen said Biden’s visit was a real, intimate showcase of Canada’s importance to its southern neighbor.Canadian Press/Sean KilpatrickSean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press The federal … Read more

Security adviser warns PM of public concerns over foreign agent registration, memo shows

On March 1, 2023, National Security and Intelligence Advisor Jody Thomas awaits testimony before the Standing Committee on Procedures and House Affairs (PROC) regarding foreign interference in elections on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.spencer colby A newly released memo reveals the prime minister’s National Security Advisers have warned him that there could be some resistance to … Read more

Alberta’s police watchdog clears Calgary police in crash that killed two pedestrians

Alberta’s police watchdog said in a report released Friday that two officers did nothing wrong before the crash that killed three people. The Alberta Severe Crash Response Team report states that a crash in Calgary on the night of December 12, 2020 resulted in the deaths of a man and woman who were “engaged out … Read more

Director struggles to keep original Norval Morrisseau fraud documentary footage from police

A Canadian filmmaker is fighting a police order to obtain original footage from his documentary about an alleged fraud ring involving fake Norval Morrisseau art, saying he must protect his source material. Ontario Provincial Police and Thunder Bay, Ontario police are investigating allegations that fraudulent artwork was created and sold in the name of the … Read more

Toronto updates Health Canada decriminalization request to exempt all drugs, including teens

On February 9, 2022, tested cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine were ready for distribution to drug users in Vancouver.Daryl Decker/The Canadian Press Toronto has updated its 14-month-old decriminalization request to the federal government to clarify that it wants Health Canada exemptions to cover youth and adults, as well as all drugs intended for personal use. The … Read more

Montreal police say ‘unlikely’ more than seven fire victims

On March 23, flowers and a message were laid at a temporary memorial near the site of the building.Graham Hughes Montreal police said Friday they don’t think they will find more than seven bodies among the rubble of an old Montreal building that caught fire eight days ago. Searchers have left open the possibility that … Read more

Allowing damages for abuse in divorce cases would harm children, Ontario court hears

Allowing ex-spouses to claim damages for physical abuse in family court would create a flood of conflicting cases that harm children and overwhelm overburdened judges, the attorney for a Toronto-area man told the Ontario Court of Appeal Thursday. Under the no-fault rule of the federal Divorce Act, judges cannot consider spousal misconduct when determining child … Read more