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Toronto police at 31 Division begin wearing body cameras this week

Toronto police say they will begin using body-worn cameras this week.

Peel police call for $16.7 million budget increase for 2021

Peel Regional Police are forecasting a $16.7 million increase in spending for 2021, the bulk of which will service a spike in salaries and benefits, and the addition of 27 officers.

Police discover explosives at the site of a Gore Bay shooting

The Greater Sudbury Police Service Explosive Disposal Unit has removed improvised explosive devices from the scene of a Gore Bay shooting that claimed the lives of an OPP officer and a civilian on Nov. 19.

Police charge man for dangerous driving after child struck, injured by pickup truck

Police say a Hamilton man has been arrested and charged after he allegedly hit a child with a pickup truck, critically injuring him.
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Out of the Cold — File No. 4: YRP and Peel Regional Police pair up for Blue Light taskforce

We are proactively profiling a cold case in every other issue for our readers to share in order to spark renewed interest and hopefully generate tips and information. » Read more
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Man charged with attempted murder after dragging officer with car: police

Toronto police say they have charged a man with the attempted murder of an officer who was hit by a car last month. » Read more

Police investigate after protesters leave coffin outside Hamilton mayor’s home

Police in Hamilton say they are investigating after a protest group left a coffin outside the home of the city’s mayor on Monday night. » Read more

Bill 21 violates right of English Quebecers to manage their education system: lawyer

When the Quebec government tells English schools they cannot hire women wearing the hijab, it violates the rights of the English-speaking minority to manage its educational institutions, a lawyer argued Tuesday in a case challenging the province’s secularism law. » Read more

Six Nations police, OPP investigating homicide on Six Nations territory

Provincial police are assisting Six Nations Police Service with a homicide investigation on Six Nations territory just east of Brantford. » Read more

TACCOM 2021 Show

Location: Mississauga, Ontario
Date: April 23-25, 2021
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Fourth International VPD Police Judo Clinic

Location: Online
Date: April 27, 2021
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HK Memorial Hockey Tournament 2021

Location: Brampton, Ontario
Date: April 29-30, 2021
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