Vancouver police say a woman who claimed to have been arrested by fake police officers in a fraud scheme exaggerated her report.
The government of Canada has awarded Thales Canada Phase II of the MEOSAR (Medium Earth Orbit Search and Rescue) Ground Segment contract.
The government of Nova Scotia recently announced that the rights of service dog users to access the same places and services as other Nova Scotians will be protected when legislation comes into effect on June 27.
In the wake of the Toronto van attack on April 23, which killed 10 people and injured 16 others, Phil Gurski, president and CEO of Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting, and former senior strategic analyst at CSIS, maintains that “there’s nothing to suggest it is a terrorist attack.”
OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is offering supportive words for U.S. Ambassador Kelly Craft after a suspicious white powder was found in an envelope addressed to the American embassy in Ottawa.
From a safety and security perspective, the G7 Summit in La Malbaie, Quebec has successfully come and gone. Yet its thousands of supporting security and operations personnel were prepared for the worst. That’s because it’s their job to be.
The Municipal Information Systems Association (MISA) of Ontario has recognized several municipalities in its annual awards program, which was held June 4 in Hamilton.
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Police are actively hunting for two suspects believed to be behind an explosion that rocked an Indian restaurant west of Toronto, sending 15 people to hospital, the chief of the investigating force said Friday.
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