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MANCHESTER, England — For the young crowd of music fans, the Ariana Grande concert was supposed to be a night of high-energy candy pop and fun on a school night. The scene quickly turned into sheer terror when a bomb went off at the end, sending terrified parents into a desperate search for their loved ones.
New York City police say a Canadian woman remains in very critical condition a day after a speeding car slammed into pedestrians in Times Square in what authorities said was a deliberate attack.
Do you know the next Security Director of the Year? The annual contest, sponsored by Anixter Canada, is now accepting nominations here.
STOCKHOLM — Sweden's top prosecutor said Friday she is dropping an investigation into a rape claim against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after almost seven years.
TORONTO — Canada’s system of detaining some foreigners who cannot be readily deported may not be perfect but it is fair and constitutional, a government lawyer argued on Tuesday.
OTTAWA — David Vigneault, a senior government official with experience at several federal security agencies, will be the next head of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service.
Former U.S. President George W. Bush will provide the keynote address for ASIS International’s 63rd Annual Seminar and Exhibits, which will be held in Dallas, Tex., Sept. 25-28.
HALIFAX - Nova Scotia's privacy commissioner is investigating after images of students on surveillance cameras at a Cape Breton school were streamed on the Internet.
OTTAWA — Newly disclosed documents say the RCMP is eyeing a policy change for organized crime probes to better protect the rights of journalists.
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