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BOSTON — About 5,000 uniformed and undercover police officers, drones, bomb-sniffing dogs and trucks blocking some streets are just some of the security measures being used to protect runners and spectators at the Boston Marathon.
A series of restorative justice meetings between the father of a man who died in a holding cell and staff who oversaw the inmate's last hours is being praised for bringing reforms and moments of healing.
OTTAWA — The mayor of Canada's biggest city is stressing the need for more money and stronger laws to fight the scourge of gang-related gun violence.
The difference between life and death can be greatly impacted by the quick response from security and law enforcement teams, and with today’s emerging technologies, there are security solutions available to help detect an active shooter and alert the appropriate parties.
DORCHESTER, N.B. — Police say a convicted murderer who walked away from the minimum security area of a New Brunswick prison is back in custody.
On January 25, Health Canada announced two changes to the physical security requirements under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR), which impact licensed producers (LPs) of cannabis for medical purposes.
OTTAWA — A Senate committee is urging the federal Liberals to take control of the development and testing of self-driving cars on Canadian roads before governments fall too far behind the technological revolution.
TORONTO — Former Ontario privacy commissioner Ann Cavoukian will be venturing into new territory Thursday evening when she asks guests at a posh Toronto ballroom for several hundred thousand dollars to fund her passion.
NEW GLASGOW, N.S. — Police appealed for the public's help Monday in finding a man accused of assaulting and kidnapping a woman in a New Glasgow, N.S., parking lot.
LAS VEGAS — After three months of investigation, police have learned more about Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock: He was a high-stakes gambler on a losing streak, obsessed with cleanliness, possibly bipolar and was having difficulties with his live-in girlfriend.
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