Ottawa police officers have disproportionately used force against people they believed were Black, Indigenous or Middle Eastern, according to the first such report to collect race-based data.
On a per-capita basis, there were more opioid deaths in Thunder Bay than in any other public health unit in Ontario, as well as Vancouver, in 2021. Here's how two organizations in the northwestern Ontario city adapted their services to save lives during the pandemic.
With the countdown on to the 2022 provincial election, CBC Thunder Bay is profiling each of the four ridings in northwestern Ontario. First up is the Kenora-Rainy River riding.
WELLINGTON COUNTY - Speeding was top of mind among police board members after a Centre Wellington councillor and a few township residents spoke as del...
Efforts by law enforcement to monitor and control large crowds in downtown Ottawa during the early days of the Freedom Convoy were at times hampered by confusion over jurisdictional power and chaotic communications between officials.
On Monday, May 16th, the LaSalle Police Services Board held a swearing-in ceremony and the following individuals were officially recognized for their new roles and promotions. The LaSalle Police Services Board wishes to congratulate everyone in their new roles.
The Ottawa Police Service will host four recruitment information sessions this week, as the service looks to hire 80 new officers in 2022.
27 year police veteran John Goodman has been named interim chief of police while the police board searches for a permanent replacement
Ottawa's interim police chief is defending the police response to a dress code protest outside a French Catholic secondary school on Friday, saying officers "responded appropriately with the intention of maintaining public safety."
Under questioning at a parliamentary committee on Tuesday, Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino said there was a “very strong consensus” among law enforcement that the act was necessary to deal with the so-called Freedom Convoy.