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One in 10 female post-secondary students sexually assaulted in school setting: study

A new study says more Canadian university and college students who identify as women were sexually assaulted in a post-secondary setting over a year than those who identify as men, with the majority of sexual assaults perpetrated by other students.

New OPP detachment in Mississauga aims to strengthen highway safety

The Ontario government is opening a new Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) detachment in Mississauga. The $20 million facility will ensure local OPP have the “tools and space they need to patrol provincial highways, which include sections of Highway 401 – Canada’s most travelled transportation corridor,” according to the province.

RCMP not charging former N.L. cabinet minister

Police have ruled out charges against a former Newfoundland and Labrador cabinet minister and a Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer over the leak of a police promotion list before it was seen by the executive council.
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The questions we face after an officer suicide…

“Tragically, suicide is something that many first responder agencies have been faced with recently, and I think it needs to be talked about,” writes special contributor Jen Thompson of York Regional Police. “After every life-ending choice, there is always so much speculation as to why a person would make this decision. How could they leave behind their family, friends, or children?” » Read more

Alberta hiring staff for feasibility study of replacing RCMP with new force

The Alberta government is looking to hire a contractor to study the benefits and costs of a proposed provincial police force that could replace the RCMP. Online job postings show the province wants the contractor to do a feasibility review of a possible transition from the RCMP to an Alberta Provincial Police Service. » Read more

Surrey Six killings ‘shocking and depraved:’ judge in sentencing gang leader

A judge described the killing of six people in a Surrey, B.C., high-rise 13 years ago as “shocking and depraved” as she sentenced a gang leader to 18 years in prison last week for his role in the crime. » Read more

Ministers warn COVID-19 researchers anew of threat of foreign actors

A trio of federal cabinet ministers is warning COVID-19 researchers to take additional precautions to protect their efforts from thieves and vandals. » Read more

Niagara Counterfeit and Fraud Workshop

Location: Niagara Falls, Ont.
Date: Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 2020
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BlackBerry® Security Summit 2020

Location: Online
Date: Oct. 5-7, 2020
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International Cyber Security and Intelligence Conference

Location: Brampton, Ont.
Date: Oct. 7-8, 2020
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