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2017 Federal Budget highlights (CACP)

Includes funding for Mental Health initiatives, Drugs and Substances Strategy, Indigenous Justice, Gender-based violence, Community Heroes benefits, judicial education, ethics and conduct, and anti-money-laundering/terrorism funding and other items.

5 motorcyclists charged in fatal crash, violent road rage incidents on GTA highways in 2016

Five motorcyclists are facing a list of charges after police say aggressive driving led to a fatal crash and a violent road rage incident. Search warrants executed, motorcycles seized.

Quebec ready to ban cops from having second jobs after snowstorm debacle.

Quebec’s public security minister says he’s ready to act to prevent high-ranking provincial police officers from having second jobs outside the force.

B.C. audit finds vulnerable police data system should be strengthened

A second audit of British Columbia’s police records management system has found sensitive data involving investigations should be more securely protected.
Featured News 

Supreme Court of Canada bars lawsuits against hospital, police by auto accident victims compensated by SAAQ

An auto accident victim who is compensated by Quebec’s public automobile insurance plan cannot sue a third party for an “aggravated” or “separate” aspect of the injury, provided there is a “plausible, logical and sufficiently close link” between the accident and the subsequent events, the Supreme Court of Canada suggested in a ruling released Friday. » Read more...

Bullying expert advocates for bystander training in Calgary Police Service

An Alberta bullying expert says she hopes Calgary Police Services new policies in terms of workplace bullying and harassment will have mechanisms in place to deal with bystanders. » Read more...

One child or youth suffers firearm injury almost every day in Ontario, study finds.

Firearms injure a child or youth almost every day in Ontario, say researchers, who analyzed hospital records to determine which groups of young people are most at risk for gun-related accidents or violent assault. » Read more...

As pot legalization looms, will police keep making arrests?

Government officials confirmed on Monday that legislation to legalize marijuana is coming the week of April 10, reportedly with the aim of making the drug legal in Canada by July 1, 2018. » Read more...

Canadian police look for guidance on marijuana legislation

The forthcoming announcement from the Liberal government on marijuana legislation has Canadian law enforcement looking to Parliament Hill for direction on enforcement. » Read more...
Blue Line Expo

Blue Line Expo & Conference

Date: May 2, 2017
Location: Mississauga, ON
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OACP Annual Meeting

Date: June 11-14, 2017
Location: Waterloo, ON
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CACP Annual Conference and Tradeshow

Date:July 16-19, 2017
Location: Longueil (Montreal), Que.
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