Cartel Was Smuggling Meth Into Canada in Ford Cars Built in Mexico, Police Say
Police seized 180kg of meth, valued at about $4-million, found in new vehicles shipped into Canada from a Mexican Ford factory.
The appointment of Doug Ford's friend as Ontario police commissioner is getting messy
The premier is standing by the appointment of Ron Taverner as head of the OPP.
Cop Allegedly Shot Himself, Made Up Story About Attempted Carjacking
The Ontario cop allegedly blamed two black men and one white guy for his injury, according to police documents.
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Canadian cops boast historic drug bust in front of wall of cocaine
The Ontario Provincial Police netted 1,062 kilograms of pure cocaine with an estimated street value of $250 million
After alleged police brutality, Ontario struggles with letting cops investigate cops
The father of the accused — who is himself a police officer — is now accused of interfering in the investigation
Two police officers charged with the death of an Indigenous woman
Chrisjohn died while in custody, although a cause of death has yet to be released
Family says police should have reported Azraya Kokopenace's death to Ontario watchdog
The 14-year-old died after running away from a Kenora hospital last year after she was checked-in to the hospital by police
Ontario moves to overhaul how it investigates police shootings