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New effort aims to zero in on illicit dealings tied to online child exploitation

Canada’s anti-money laundering agency is flagging some telltale signs that a financial transaction could be linked to online child sexual exploitation.

Montreal authorities clear out east end homeless camp over safety concerns

City officials continued dismantling a homeless camp in a park along Notre-Dame Street in east-end Montreal through the day Monday, with the plan to have everyone under a roof by nightfall, Mayor Valerie Plante said.

Quebec premier calls for police to issue more tickets for COVID 19 violations

Quebec Premier Francois Legault said Wednesday he has asked the province’s police forces to issue more tickets to people violating COVID-19 regulations as the number of cases in the province continues to rise.
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The power in partnership

As we continue to work on implementing The Haven, a mental health treatment centre for our first responders and uniform personnel, I am reminded of the power we have in partnership. » Read more

Gunman behind mass shooting in Nova Scotia had targets in Halifax: search warrants

Newly released documents suggest the gunman behind the April mass shooting in Nova Scotia had planned to “get” a pair of people in Halifax during his murderous rampage, but the Mounties were warned by his common-law spouse while he was on the loose north of the city. » Read more

Alberta’s top court dismisses appeal of Edmonton man convicted in road rage attack

An Edmonton man sentenced to 3-1/2 years in prison for breaking a woman's arms with a crowbar in a road-rage attack has lost an appeal of his conviction. » Read more

After two years, China says Michael Kovrig, Michael Spavor have been indicted, tried

In his darkest moments, Michael Kovrig draws strength from knowing that his fellow Canadians and people around the world are working to free him and Michael Spavor from their respective Chinese prison cells. » Read more

Alberta ditches registration stickers on licence plates, moves to reflective ones

Starting in the new year, Alberta licence plates will start to be sticker free. » 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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