U.S. and Canadian authorities have seized 274 illegal firearms and arrested 16 people involved in a “firearm smuggling pipeline” that stretched from Florida to Ontario.
As human trafficking numbers increase, police and those who help survivors want the public to be aware about how to recognize the signs of abuse.
A group of about fifty protesters gathered outside Waterloo Regional Police Central Division in Kitchener in solidarity with Nicholas Nembhard, a Black man who was killed during a police-involved shooting on Monday.
Victim Services of Peel is pairing counsellors with Peel Regional Police's human trafficking unit, marking the first time victims will be met with crisis supports at the time of police response. The campaign comes as other organizations across Ontario mark Human Trafficking Awareness Day.
Const. Michael Brisco will be forced to work 80 hours without pay after he was convicted of one count of discreditable conduct for donating $50 in February 2022.
Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown is renewing a call for enhanced security and screening at Canadian ports as Peel police gear up for their second-annual summit to tackle an ever-increasing number of auto thefts.
Ottawa police Chief Eric Stubbs rejected any notion that police are sympathetic to the convoy movement, while taking responsibility for confusion over Family Day weekend ticketing.
The London Police Services Board chair and chief released a joint statement Friday night following the sentencing of Nathaniel Veltman.
The new initiative will have officers manage a new call management system as well as installing 19 CCTV cameras in the downtown
'We were really taking a hard look at what we are doing and the ways we can do it more efficiently and we are happy we got down to where we got down to'
Ottawa Police Chief Eric Stubbs is clarifying the actions of the Ottawa Police Service's response to last week's 'Freedom Convoy' anniversary protests.