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Cocaine trafficking group with ties to a Mexican cartel busted: Toronto police

A sophisticated crime group that was allegedly smuggling bricks of pure cocaine across the U.S.-Canada border has been busted following a months-long investigation, Toronto police said earlier this week.

N.S. killer’s semi-automatic guns believed to come from U.S.

The RCMP says that three of the four semi-automatic weapons used by a gunman during last month’s mass shooting in Nova Scotia are believed to have come from the United States, but the agency continues to withhold some key details.

Watchdogs warn COVID-19 apps come with privacy risks to Canadians

Governments that want to use smartphones to trace the movements of Canadians during the COVID-19 crisis should handle personal information with care, privacy watchdogs from across the country warned last week in a united call for caution.
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Evidence-based training

Evidence-based police training to improve performance, decision making and resilience

Traditionally, police training has been focused primarily on learning skills to manage external factors that are encountered on the job. What is needed is a paradigm shift in regards to training police officers... » Read more

Blue Line, The Podcast: Pandemic panic buying and responding as police officers

In this month’s episode of Blue Line, The Podcast, we hear from Ottawa social worker Elaine Birchall on advice for police officers who may be handling calls that involve stockpiling, panic buying and/or full-on hoarding. » Read more

COVID-19 pandemic causing spike in illegal drug prices: Winnipeg police

Police say there has been a massive increase in the price of illegal drugs on the streets of Winnipeg. Insp. Max Waddell says methamphetamine has doubled in price. Police are also seeing a spike in the cost of cocaine. » Read more

Line dancing takes off as COVID-19 pastime and police join in

Since COVID-19 has restricted gatherings and activities, some Canadians are taking up line dancing as a form of group fitness, which by tradition limits physical contact between participants... The two-stepping fervour has also taken hold in Calgary, where even police have been swept up in the proud Western pastime. » Read more

Police Judo Handcuffing Clinic

Location: Burnaby, B.C.
Date: May 23, 2020
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Allies 4 Youth Connections

Location: Edmonton, Alta.
Date: May 25-26, 2020 • POSTPONED to 2021
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Location: Ottawa, Ont.
Date: May 27-28, 2020 • POSTPONED to June, 2-3, 2021
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