Don't Blame The End Of Carding For An Increase In Gun Violence

Like most people that call this city home, I am deeply troubled by Sunday's shooting deaths in Toronto's Chinatown and the eight other gun-related deaths the city saw in January. This is obviously unacceptable, and police must be supported in their efforts to investigate and prosecute those responsible for these horrific crimes. That being said, most people would be hesitant to draw any clear conclusions about why we have seen a high number of gun crimes over the past month. Mike McCormack, president of the Toronto Police Association, the union that represents police officers, feels differently.

OPP In Standoff With Armed Man

Ontario Provincial Police have cordoned off a residential neighbourhood in Petawawa and deployed the force's tactical response unit as part of a standoff with an armed man. The police response b...

How to Avoid G20 Violence Again? Let the Police do Their Jobs

Even those who are sick of the subject have difficulty escaping the regurgitations of last year's G20 demonstrations that went horribly wrong. Mistakes were made, force was over-used and misdirected, blah, blah, blah. Get over it. Everyone in authority has acknowledged error, and (one hopes) lessons have been learned; the same mistakes will not be repeated next time.

2 Killed On Ontario Highway

Two people were killed Monday afternoon after being struck by a car on the westbound Highway 407 at Yonge Street. Ontario Provincial Police Sgt. Dave Woodford told CBC News that it appears that a veh...

Soldier From CFB Trenton Found Dead

The body of a Canadian Forces member at CFB Trenton who had been missing since Wednesday has been found. Master Cpl. James Saulnier, 31, of Trenton, Ont., was found dead Sunday in the town of Stirlin...