News Government General
August 17, 2020  

$16.5M settlement in class action over mass arrests at 2010 G20 summit

Those arrested will each be entitled to compensation between $5,000 and $24,700, depending on their experiences.

News Government General
June 15, 2020  

RCMP workforce equity drive spun its wheels last year, new statistics indicate

RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki has acknowledged her police force can improve

News Automotive Manufacturing General
February 27, 2019  

Police find meth smuggled into Canada via Ford Fusions built in Mexico

Dealership employees in Chelmsford, Collingwood, Bolton and Newmarket found taped packages that lined the tires.

News Government General
December 13, 2018  

Ontario government stands by OPP commissioner appointment, Horwath demands probe

Acting OPP Commissioner Brad Blair sent a letter to ombudsman Paul Dube on Tuesday night asking him to probe the hiring of Ron Taverner, a Ford family friend.

News Government Manufacturing General
September 13, 2017  

Ottawa ‘anxious’ to meet 2018 pot legalization deadline: Goodale

But police need up to a year more for proper training and public education.

News Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
November 2, 2016  

Increasing domestic abuse in Calgary tied to economic downturn

Police say incidents of domestic violence are up 36%, the highest since 2004.

News Government Manufacturing General Technology
March 11, 2016  

Ford police car doors to stop armour-piercing bullets

Two layers made from ceramic tile and Kevlar material provide a barrier to AK-47 calibre ammo.

News Energy Oil & Gas General
September 29, 2015  

Edmonton police face spike in crime calls due to energy industry woes

Officers have responded to 9,000 more calls for service this year compared to 2014.

News Government Manufacturing General
April 30, 2015  

Police question Wynne about Sudbury byelection

Potential candidate claims he was offered a job or appointment to step aside.

News General
July 22, 2013  

GlaxoSmithKline says execs may have broken Chinese law

Police say as much as $490M funnelled through travel agencies and consulting firms to hide bribes.

News Automotive Manufacturing Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Technology
August 13, 2012  

Oshawa-built cop Impalas being recalled: front suspension fault

Could result in loss of control; 38,000 vehicles in US, Canadian fleets affected.

News Business Operations Operations Sustainability
June 7, 2012  

Counter terrorism unit to foil energy terrorists

The federal government has set up a counter-terrorism unit in Alberta and one of its main jobs will be to help protect the energy industry from attacks by extremists.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Technology
May 10, 2011  

Canadian vests protecting service dogs worldwide [Photo Gallery]

International police and security agencies around the world use Canadian-made K9 tactical vests