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Provincial budget dedicates $45 million to mental health for first responders

The Police Association of Ontario is very excited to learn of Ontario’s planned $45 million investment in supporting the mental health of first responders, announced in the provincial budget.

Special legislature committee recommends B.C. move to a provincial police force

A committee appointed to reform British Columbia’s Police Act recommends moving to a provincial police service to achieve a new vision of policing and community safety.

Biker protest cost up to $3M to police, sustainable solution needed: board chair

The “Rolling Thunder” protest in the national capital over the weekend cost an estimated $2.5 to $3 million to police, says the chair of Ottawa’s police services board.
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Blue Line, The Podcast: Laurie White, an officer down steps back up

When Laurie White joined the RCMP in 1995, she had no idea that within the first three years of her career, her life would change forever, and she would be off the job for almost a year. Nothing could stop her, though, and she was back with her RCMP team as soon as she could be. » Listen now
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Martin’s Annual Criminal Code, Hardcover 2022 Ed.

Fully annotated by three of Canada’s most respected criminal law experts, Martin’s Annual Criminal Code continues to deliver excellent value with the highest quality content.

This handy resource, published by Canada Law Book, is indispensable for any criminal law practitioner. Primarily, Martin’s features a fully annotated Criminal Code with over 5,000 reported and unreported cases. It also contains annotated versions of the Canada Evidence Act, the Controlled Drug and Substance Act, the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act, and the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

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Toronto Police Association asks the Toronto Police Services Board to support its call for bail reform and other legislative

The Toronto Police Association deputed at the monthly meeting of the Toronto Police Services Board on bail reform and other legislative changes that would help curb gun and gang violence. » Read now

Edmonton has had the most lethal police shootings in Canada 2022

On April 25, 2022 a CBC News report revealed that Edmonton, Alberta has had the most lethal police encounters in Canada this year. » Read now

Former Wikwemikong Police chief found guilty of sexual assault

Former Wikwemikong Tribal Police Service (WTPS) Chief of Police Terry McCaffrey has been found guilty of sexual assault. Justice J. Elliott Allen read out his verdict today during a virtual court session. The four-day trial ended on March 18. » Read now

Security • Police • Fire Career Expo

Location: Vaughan, Ont.
Date: May 10, 2022
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Rampart Range Day and Expo 2022

Location: Ottawa, Ont.
Date: May 31, 2022
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Location: Ottawa, Ont.
Date: June 1 – 2, 2022
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