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2014/12/19 13:15
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The researchers used survey data from one point in time, so they can’t say that smoking illegal cigarettes leads to drug use, only that the two often coincide and that’s enough to warrant stronger...
2014/12/19 13:15
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2014/12/17 19:28
2014/12/17 19:28
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Dave's Audience Warm-Up - The Retiree and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Dave fields questions from the audience, including a retiree and a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Yahoo News...
2014/12/17 15:52
2014/12/17 15:52
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Little Hector shows off his brand-new prosthetic hind legs Border Collie cross Hector became stuck in icy –40C conditions in the village of La Loche, Canada last year. His mother picked him up from...
2014/12/17 14:56
2014/12/17 14:56
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Every day, hundreds of men and women put on the uniform and make the choice to protect and serve, not knowing whether they’ll return home safely. Policing, by its very nature, is a high-risk...
2014/12/16 12:27
2014/12/16 12:27
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... home is where the hurt is,” the singer says, adding, “It’s really confusing to be hurt by someone you love. Whether it’s physical, sexual or emotional, abuse is abuse.” Twain adds that...
2014/12/15 23:08
2014/12/15 23:08
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FILE - In this Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 file photo, an Ottawa police officer runs with his weapon drawn outside Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Radical Muslim Michael Zehaf-Bibeau killed a soldier outside...
2014/12/15 21:46
2014/12/15 21:46
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The Sault Ste Marie Police’s Festive RIDE program is underway, and although the first weekend’ s results had no drivers issued 3 day licence suspensions or drivers arrested for Criminal alcohol...
2014/12/15 17:44
2014/12/15 17:44
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FILE - This undated file image provided by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police shows Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, 32, who shot a soldier to death at Canada's national war memorial day on Wednesday, Oct. 22,...
2014/12/12 17:14
2014/12/12 17:14
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Early Policing in the Porcupine By Diane Armstrong In the early days of the Porcupine Gold Camp, it wasn’t quite like the days of the “Wild West” but there was a certain amount of lawlessness....
2014/12/12 16:49
2014/12/12 16:49
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Shares of Amaya, the owner of PokerStars, fell by more than 15% in Friday morning trading after the company confirmed that provincial securities regulators had opened an investigation into the trading...
2014/12/12 14:09
2014/12/12 14:09
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The hand-held breath test, which is expected to become available in February, can detect a presence of THC on the breath for up to two hours after use. (Credit: courtesy photo) Researchers with a...
2014/12/12 02:46
2014/12/12 02:46
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Coming clean: Former Polish president Aleskander Kwasniewski talks on Wednesday about a secret CIA prison in Poland. Photo: AP Washington: The Polish government has long denied accusations that it...
2014/12/10 21:33
2014/12/10 21:33
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The search continued Wednesday for two young men who hijacked a fishing boat on Lake Ontario in order to enter the United States from Canada Tuesday afternoon. One of the men spoke only French and...
2014/12/09 19:21
2014/12/09 19:21
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A Canadian teenager was arrested Sunday in connection with three incidents of "swatting" in Polk County, officials said. The 17-year-old was arrested in Coquitlam, British Columbia, by the Royal...
2014/12/08 16:59
2014/12/08 16:59
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Myrtle Beach forms strategic planning unit MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP) - Myrtle Beach police have formed a strategic planning unit to oversee efforts to maintain order during the Memorial Day weekend...
2014/12/08 11:16
2014/12/08 11:16
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CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -- U.S. Coast Guard and Royal Canadian Mounted Police personnel are again training together in South Carolina for future patrols along the U.S.-Canadian border. Participants in...
2014/12/07 08:37
2014/12/07 08:37
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Dream draw for defending Women’s World Cup champions Japan Published: 7 December 2014 A member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police carries the FIFA Women's World Cup trophy along with West Ottawa...
2014/12/06 18:58
2014/12/06 18:58
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Ninety minutes is a long time in football, and so is an hour, if Saturday’s events in Ottawa are anything to go by. That was the time it took for the fate of the 24 qualifiers for the FIFA Women’s...
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2014/12/05 21:15
2014/12/05 21:15
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With just two more days for nominations in the coming presidential poll, there is still much of the chaos seen in the common candidacy, despite the din heard about the finalizing of agreements. The...
2014/12/05 14:14
2014/12/05 14:14
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Canadian police have filed charges against a 15-year-old boy for seeking to travel abroad to engage in “terrorist activity.” The boy, who cannot be named under laws protecting minors, is only the...
2014/12/19 13:15
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