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N.S. police chief felt RCMP ‘nudged’ not to reveal early warning of killer’s danger

A Nova Scotia police chief told an investigator last year that in the aftermath of the 2020 mass shooting, he felt “nudged” by the RCMP not to release a report that had warned the gunman was a threat years before his rampage.

Manitoba government strengthening laws to protect vulnerable youth from human trafficking, sexual exploitation

The Manitoba government is proposing new legislation as well as amendments to existing acts that would further protect vulnerable children and youth who are at risk of human trafficking and sexual exploitation, Families Minister Rochelle Squires announced.

Ottawa interim police chief Steve Bell didn’t ask feds to invoke Emergencies Act

Ottawa’s interim police chief says he did not ask the federal government to invoke the Emergencies Act during the “Freedom Convoy” in February. The Liberals have said law enforcement asked for additional powers that could only be granted by declaring a national emergency.
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A matter of trust: How to revolutionize substance use treatment for Canada’s cops

In these tense, turbulent times, progressive police leaders see opportunity: to transform mental health and substance use support from lip service to something real and tangible. » Read now
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With a pandemic-induced global shift towards remote employment, Ontario passes Bill 88 to protect digital platform workers further. Bill 27 passed in 2021 introduced the policies regarding the “right to disconnect”, which, according to Toronto employment lawyer Stacey Ball, were vital for the changing industry. The new Bill 88 elaborates on said policies to ensure digital workers have adequate rights that should be a welcome sight to anyone who earns their income in the digital gig economy. » Learn more

Feds seek dismissal of planned class action against RCMP over facial recognition tool

The federal government is asking a judge to dismiss a Quebec photographer’s bid for certification of a class-action lawsuit, possibly involving millions of people, over the RCMP’s use of a controversial facial-recognition tool. » Read now

Inquest to begin in N.B. police shooting of Indigenous woman during wellness check

The lawyer for the family of an Indigenous woman fatally shot by police in Edmundston, N.B., during a wellness check two years ago said a coroner’s inquest opening Monday offers a chance for her loved ones to get long-awaited answers. » Read now

Two officers with Saskatoon police canine unit charged with aggravated assault

Two canine handlers with the Saskatoon Police Service have been charged with aggravated assault, and their dogs are no longer on duty. Saskatoon police say the officers were charged after the dogs injured two different suspects during police chases in 2019 and 2020. » Read now

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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CACP National Human Trafficking Symposium

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: June 5 – 7, 2022
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