Home

Search and rescue helicopter on the Maltese islands. Photo: Gailen Borg
Jagmeet Singh wins NDP leadership election with 53% on the first ballot.
SAR Technicians transport a simulated casualty in Yellowknife, NWT. Photo: MCpl Pat Blanchard
Clark County Fire Department Paramedic 11. Photo: Tomás Del Coro
UN Police Adviser Ann-Marie Orler visited Baucau and Liquica Districts. Photo: UN Peacekeeping
Blue helmets from the Dutch Engineering Company serving with MINUSMA. Photo: UN Peacekeeping
UNMISS handed over a Primary Health Care Unit to the community of Moroyok in Juba. Photo: UN
A domestic response team fight fires in BC during Op Lentus 17-04. Photo: Cpl Blaine Sewell
Pack ice on the Arctic Ocean off the coast of Tasiilaq, Greenland. Photo: D A Scott
Port Hueneme Police Department K-9 Unit & CNRSW Police. Photo: Navymailman
771 NAS Search and Rescue. Photo: Ian McClure
CH-149 Cormorant Helicopters are on standby at Sydney Airport departing for SAR Mission Cougar 91.
Coast Guard Cutter Waesche crewmembers offload seized cocaine. Photo: U.S. Coast Guard
Send to: photos@frontline.online
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

IN THE NEWS

Dec 11

A man with a pipe bomb strapped to him set off the crude device in the subway near Times Square injuring the suspect and three other people at the height of the morning rush hour.

Dec 11

Melbourne, Australia is hosting a three-day conference of law enforcement agencies from the UK, US, Canada, France, New Zealand, Singapore and Belgium on Leadership in Counter Terrorism. Officials are concerned about the potential for Christmas terror attacks as Islamist fighters return from Iraq.

Dec 08

Daniel Therrien, Canada's privacy commissioner says security legislation should be amended to ensure the government does not keep personal data it does not need. Therrien told the Commons public safety committee that security agencies should not be able to keep a profile on every Canadian.

Dec 07

Budget documents have revealed that Regina police want a 'tactical rescue vehicle'. Critics say the proposed purchase shows the 'militarization' of Canadian police forces.

Dec 06

A Toronto area company called The ICEN Group assisted in the release in October of Joshua Boyle, his wife Caitlan Coleman and their three children from Pakistani militants after five years in captivity. Boyle's family hired the company, headed by former CSIS employee Andy Ellis.

Dec 05

A rapidly growing wildfire in the foothills north of Los Angeles threatened thousands of homes on Tuesday, forcing nearby residents to evacuate the area after causing at least one death and local power outages, officials said.

Dec 05

Two suspects turned on Yosif Al-Hasnawi when the 19-year-old tried to help an older stranger, police said. Some witnesses, however, criticized paramedics who responded to the shooting, saying Al-Hasnawi was clearly in distress but wasn’t taken seriously.

Dec 05

The move by the Ontario government to limit the prosecution of HIV-positive people with low viral loads, who don’t have a realistic chance of transmitting the disease is being called as a step in the right direction by some HIV-positive people.

Dec 05

Foreign ISIS fighters are leaving the Middle East to return home. Britain, France and the United States directly target their citizens fighting for terrorist groups on the battlefield to prevent their return. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said, "Canada does not engage in death squads."

Dec 04

When a Florida man was brought into an emergency room with a do not resuscitate (DNR) tattoo on his chest along with a signature, a team of physicians found themselves at an ethical crossroad. Should the tattoo be honoured as an official request to not resuscitate, or should every attempt be made to save the man’s life?

Dec 04

An Ottawa pharmacist who faked a robbery at his own drugstore to cover up the “mountains” of fentanyl patches he trafficked has been found guilty of his crimes, in what appears to be the city’s first case of narcotics trafficking in the profession and the latest effort to deal with the opioid crisis.

Dec 04

Germany's domestic intelligence chief has warned that wives and children of German ISIS fighters would pose a major security risk if they return home. Hans-Georg Maassen said they may "identify deeply" with jihadism and it is crucial to have security procedures in place.

Nov 30

A former CFL player, Const. Jason Mallett, turned disgraced Ottawa police officer has been charged by his own force with having sex while on-duty with multiple women in a series of discipline charges that will see the force wanting the badge of its one-time poster boy.

Nov 30

The federal government has pledged to fund a treatment centre for an Ontario reserve plagued by mercury contamination. The treatment centre is “dream come true” and once it is built, those affected by the serious impacts of mercury contamination will not have to travel to centres like Winnipeg or Kenora, Ont., to receive care

Nov 30

Information released before Parliament begins debate on C-59, a new national-security bill, shows that federal agencies want to gather "bulk" amounts of electronic data about ordinary Canadians to find terrorist threats. A committee reviewing the bill will hear from federal officials and police chiefs today.

Nov 29

The combination of Libya’s splintered government in the wake of Muammar Gaddafi’s fall and the influx of people from Nigeria has led to a situation where stranded men and women are being held against their will and, in some cases, sold into slavery or prostitution.

Nov 29

About 11 percent of medicines in developing countries are counterfeit and likely responsible for the deaths of tens of thousands of children from diseases like malaria and pneumonia every year, the World Health Organization said.

Nov 29

A Canadian man pleaded guilty in a U.S. court to charges stemming from a massive breach at Yahoo that authorities say was directed by two Russian intelligence agents and affected at least a half billion user accounts.

Nov 29

Police are calling down warnings of an alleged phone scam after it turned out the phone calls were part of a legitimate Ontario fundraising campaign. The Ontario police association is running a campaign for its program called "Kids and Cops and Canadian Tire Fishing Days."

Nov 29

In the House of Commons Tuesday, Conservative opposition leader Andrew Scheer said the Liberal government is going easy on suspected ISIS terrorists returning to Canada. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the  Conservatives  are trying to frighten Canadians.

Nov 28

A 22-year-old Canadian woman from Montreal is in the custody of Kurdish forces in Syria, along with her two-year-old daughter and newborn baby girl, after having fled a Daesh-controlled region of Syria.

Nov 28

After spending several weeks in Peru co-ordinating the search for her missing son, Jesse Galganov’s mother has hired a renowned Israeli search-and-rescue company that has experience locating missing people in remote places around the world.

Nov 28

The Trudeau government has created the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP), a $4.5-million body consisting of eight MPS and three senators supported by a secretariat from the Privy Council Office.

Nov 28

It looks like a typical one-bedroom seniors apartment, but hidden inside are a series of sensors. The apartment, located inside Ottawa’s Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital, is a living laboratory that comes equipped with technology that gathers information to help identify memory and mobility issues.

Nov 28

Ottawa police are taking the final steps to reduce the “boys’ club” mentality that was historically prevalent in dealing with women’s careers on the force.

FRONTLINE COMMENTARY

(Nov 24)
JAYA PRAKASH's picture

To its dismay, Singapore is finding out that the very porous digital frontiers are not just affecting companies and commerce; government services and infrastructure are also at great risk from cyber terror.

(Nov 23)
Scott Newark's picture

We have just confirmed that the case in which a man was acquitted of sexual assault in part because he was unaware his actions were criminal will be appealed by the Ontario AG's Office. This critically important issue is still before the Courts and that the Government of Ontario is defending our secular rule of law.

(Nov 19)
Scott Newark's picture

Despite potential plans to return to Algeria to find a wife, Mohammed Harkat (detained in 2002 as a security risk by Canadian authorities) has not been deported due to fears for his safety. Instead, he is out on bail, seeking looser restrictions.

FEATURED ARTICLES (sign-in to read)

Frontline Security Cover Issue 2 - 2017