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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
2017 Combined Training Exercise. Photo: Hawaii DOD Public Affairs
771 NAS Search and Rescue. Photo: Ian McClure
CH-149 Cormorant Helicopters are on standby at Sydney Airport departing for SAR Mission Cougar 91.
Yali, Istanbul. Photo: Burak Keser
Shipping port in Savannah, Georgia. Photo: Peter Zafris
Coast Guard Cutter Waesche crewmembers offload seized cocaine. Photo: U.S. Coast Guard
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IN THE NEWS

Sep 22

An August 2017 survey shows many soldiers and first responders have trouble finding help for their health issues. While members of these groups listed sleep and stress issues as concerns, they did not always link them to the health risks they face.

Sep 21

A day after a massive earthquake that's killed hundreds of people in Mexico, rescuers frantically raced to find survivors buried under rubble as families waited desperately for answers.

Sep 21

Hurricane Maria, the most powerful storm to make a direct hit on Puerto Rico in almost a century, ravaged the island on Wednesday, knocking out all electricity, deluging towns with flashfloods and mudslides and compounding the already considerable pain of residents here.

Sep 21

California on Wednesday sued the Trump administration to stop the construction of a proposed wall on the U.S. border with Mexico, arguing that the federal government is overstepping its authority by waiving environmental reviews and other laws.

Sep 21

Canadian law says refugee claims must be heard in 60 days, so why are people waiting 16 months? Canada has a backlog of more than 30,000 refugee claims, a tally that's growing at roughly 1,400 cases per month.

Sep 21

Canadian security services work with international partners to fight terrorism. When does collaboration become conspiracy to violate the rights of Canadian citizens and residents?

Sep 20

In August, 5,712 asylum seekers crossed the border from the United States to Canada, an increase of more than 80 percent from 3,134 in July.  Most crossed from New York to Quebec.

Sep 19

The PM has reaffirmed that Canada will continue to push for one of the temporary seats on the United Nations Security Council when it becomes open in four years.

Sep 19

The Trump administration has withdrawn a proposal to let Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s security guards buy $1.2 million in U.S.-made weapons following violence against protesters during Erdogan’s visit to Washington this spring.

Sep 19

The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission is investigating Halifax Regional Police after Const. Mark Long claimed discrimination because he was diagnosed with PTSD.  Long says his pay was reduced when he took time off for treatment.

Sep 18

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police has joined with law enforcement officials from other nations to end the flow of the deadly opioid fentanyl from China. In Canada, about 20 investigations are underway into fentanyl smuggling.

Sep 18

After the murder of a Canadian soldier by a terrorist in October, 2014, the RCMP stopped hundreds of criminal investigations, mainly into organized crime, to focus on counter-terrorism.

Sep 14

The RCMP used cellphone-tracking technology in a way that was "not lawful" six times, Canada's privacy commissioner said in a report released Thursday. 

Sep 14

In Cuba, mystery deepens over attacks on U.S. diplomats.

Sep 14

There are growing signs that Canada won't meet the criteria for attending a November peacekeeping summit in Vancouver, even though it is the host country.

Sep 14

In a continuing court case challenging the use of solitary confinement in Canada's correctional system, the federal government contends its practice of 'segregation' does not meet international definitions of extreme treatment.

Sep 13

Fastenal Canada Ltd., of Kitchener, Ontario, was fined $265,000 after pleading guilty in the Ontario Court of Justice to two counts of contravening the Ozone-Depleting Substances Regulations, 1998 made pursuant to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

Sep 13

Five patients at a nursing home died in Hurricane Irma's aftermath as people confronted a multitude of new hazards in the storm's wake, including oppressive heat, brush-clearing accidents and poisonous fumes from generators.

Sep 13

Pat Finnigan, Member of Parliament for Miramichi-Grand Lake, on behalf of the Minister for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness announced $753,000 in federal funding to the Miramichi Ground Search and Rescue and the New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization of the Department of Justice and Public Safety under the Search and Rescue New Initiatives Fund.

Sep 13

Portugal’s Pego do Altar reservoir looks like disused quarry now, holding barely 11 per cent of the water it was designed for making this the worst drought in over 20 years.

Sep 13

Nine people, including a suspect who was fatally shot by an officer, have died after a man opened fire during a gathering to watch football at a suburban Dallas home.

Sep 13

The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police has asked the federal government to postpone the legalization of marijuana past July 1, 2018 because officers will not have had training in roadside testing, among other reasons.

Sep 13

Hurricane damage to airport infrastructure slowed the return of Canadians from the Caribbean. An RCAF C-17 taking aid to the region will be available to repatriate stranded Canadians.

Sep 12

Part of a glacier in the Swiss Alps has broken off and tumbled onto a glacier below after some 220 people in a small nearby town were evacuated as a precaution.

Sep 12

Government cargo planes flew in supplies and troops began distributing boxes of food to jittery survivors of an earthquake that destroyed a large part of Juchitan and killed a nationwide toll of 90.

FRONTLINE COMMENTARY

(Sep 13)
Scott Newark's picture

Public attention on these issues is unprecedented, and for good reason. Modern immigration and refugee systems should go beyond erecting heated tents and ignoring the truth.

(Sep 10)
JAYA PRAKASH's picture

New arrests for terrorism-related activities adds to the increasing cascade of arrests and detentions that Singapore authorities have been making since 2015.

(Sep 02)
ANGUS REID's picture

Public opinion poll from the Angus Reid Institute shows majority (57%) of Canadians disapprove of the Trudeau government's handling of the illegal border crossing situation.

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