In wake of Nova Scotia killings, Toronto police asked to review public access to uniforms and equipment

In the wake of last month’s deadly Nova Scotia shooting rampage, the Toronto police board has asked the force to review if there are any “vulnerabilities” that could allow a member of the public to access officer uniforms or equipment. As part of a review of the “critical issues” highlighted by the April tragedy, the […]

Nova Scotia mass shooting: New information about murder rampage delayed by government lawyers

Government lawyers admit they are already significantly behind the court’s schedule for releasing information about last month’s Nova Scotia shooting rampage, before they have even begun to do so. In response to a legal challenge by media organizations for information regarding the worst spree killing in Canada’s history — the murder of 22 victims by […]