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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

Oct 18

Peter Stoffer, a former MP and  part-time advocate with Trauma Healing Centers in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia says the health care system could have worked better to get a Halifax Regional Police officer the PTD treatment she needed in Ontario. Stoffer said a dedicated facility in the region could save money.

Oct 17

A federal lawsuit filed against several U.S. and European pharmaceutical and medical supply companies alleges the corporations knowingly financed anti-American military activity through bribes and kickbacks to Iraqi government officials.

Oct 17

Residents of areas that are no longer in harm’s way have been allowed to return home after the number of evacuation orders fell to 75,000 on Sunday, compared to 100,000 on Saturday.

Oct 17

International aid is arriving in Somalia in response to Saturday’s massive truck bomb that killed more than 300 people. Another nearly 400 people were injured in the deadliest attack in Somalia’s history and one of the world’s worst attacks in years. Scores remain missing and the death toll could still rise.

Oct 17

The federal government is supporting indigenous search and rescue teams along the British Columbia coast with equipment and training. The Coast Guard is preparing shipments of radios, searchlights and medical equipment for indigenous communities.

Oct 17

In September, Maisum Ansari was charged with 337 firearms offenses after 33 guns were found in a Pickering, Ontario residence. Police also found 53 kilograms of a substance now identified as the deadly street drug fentanyl.
 

Oct 16

Federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau said he's "extremely preoccupied" by an incident that saw a small drone collide with a passenger airplane above Jean Lesage airport in Quebec City on Thursday.

Oct 16

The government of Canada could prosecute the Afghans who captured and held Joshua Boyle, his wife and their children, but apprehending suspects is probably impossible. The family returned to Canada Friday after five years in captivity.

Oct 16

When a court in Moncton, New Brunswick found the RCMP guilty of failing to equip its officers properly after the deaths of three Mounties in 2014, RCMP Cpl Patrick Bouchard pointed out to news media that few senior officers attended the trial. He has received a letter from superiors calling his statement "unacceptable".

Oct 13

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police has suspended the use of a three-page, 41 item questionnaire used to help screen illegal border crossers in Quebec. Critics say its apparent focus on Islamic beliefs and practices was inappropriate.

Oct 13

After repeated terrorist incidents, it is time for the government of Canada and Canadians to take action. Controlling our borders against illegal immigration is one place to begin.

Oct 12

Captured by Afghan terrorists in 2012, a Canadian man (who was once married to Omar Khadr’s oldest sister Zaynab), his American wife, and their children have been recovered "safe and sound" by the Pakistani Army and Intelligence Agency actioning info shared by U.S. intelligence, which had been tracking their movement.

Oct 12

Mounties screening people crossing from the United States have asked them a variety of questions which appear to focus on Islamic beliefs. A lawyer obtained the list of questions. The RCMP says it is no longer using 'that version' of the document.

Oct 12

A Vancouver businessman has updated the yellow 'baby on board' triangle sign with a new product that gives first responders useful information about all the people in a vehicle. The Child´s Medical Data Carrier comes with an app that provides data including directions to the nearest hospital and messaging to key contacts.

Oct 11

The government is allocating more than $8 million more for lawyers and other resources to speed the work of the RCMP External Review Committee which investigates RCMP members' employment conditions. The committee's workload has doubled in the three years since its enabling legislation came into effect.

Oct 10

Fast-moving wildfires caused widespread destruction across Northern California’s wine country as flames engulfed multiple counties and raged across more than 100,000 acres, forcing mandatory evacuations and prompting California’s governor to declare a state of emergency.

Oct 10

Police forces and prosecutors in Canada are starting to bring manslaughter charges against dealers who provide fentanyl to drug users who die after ingesting the drug. The possibility of a manslaughter conviction arises from the seller knowing fentanyl's lethality.

Oct 10

The lawyer for 19 year old Canadian Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy told a New York court his client suffers from mental illness and drug issues. El Bahnasawy pleaded guilty in 2016 to plotting terrorist attacks.

Oct 06

The annual review of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service by an oversight body said the agency had complied with its governing laws and regulations, but the Security Intelligence Review Committee did point out some areas for improvement.

Oct 06

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police report that the number of people illegally crossing into Canada from the United States to seek asylum has increased by five times since 2016. This year, 13,000 people have been taken into custody after crossing.

Oct 06

The RCMP is buying almost 5,000 fur-lined hats, after almost dropping the animal product. Each hat requires two or three muskrat pelts.

Oct 05

The British Columbia Civil Rights Association is appealing a decision by an oversight panel that cleared the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) of illegally monitoring pipeline protestors. The Security Intelligence Review Committee ruled CSIS did not exceed its mandate.

Oct 05

Some potential asylum seekers rejected at legal Canadian border points are identified to US authorities and jailed for visa violations. On a recent day about 40 potential immigrants were in Clinton County jail in Plattsburgh, New York.

Oct 04

The suspect in the Edmonton attack that injured five people had been detained for days after arriving in the United States from Mexico, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials said. A U.S. immigration judge ordered Sharif to be removed to Somalia but he was released and did not report back.

Oct 04

As part of the Government of Canada’s commitment to provide greater flexibility in meeting requirements for those who wish to obtain Canadian citizenship, the Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, announced a significant milestone in implementing changes to the Citizenship Act through the adoption of Bill C-6.

FRONTLINE COMMENTARY

(Oct 14)
JAYA PRAKASH's picture

In view of the worsening security situation in the world, Singapore has passed new laws to protect its infrastructure.

(Oct 05)
Canadian Global Affairs Institute's picture

The biggest obstacle to passage of Canadian Arctic waters is the lack of both navigation facilities and rescue services, and this requires heavy icebreakers, notes David Bercuson.

(Oct 04)
ANGUS REID's picture

A new poll shows Quebec residents are supportive of their government’s efforts to ban the receiving or administering of public services with a covered face, and most disapprove of its response to this summer’s surge in irregular border-crossings.

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