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Province investing $6-million in CCTV cameras for police services – PTBO Today

Aug 11, 2020 9:22 AM The provincial government has announced $6-million dollars for new CCTV camera for police services across Ontario. The announcement was made yesterday by Premier Doug Ford, and says it’ll help businesses recover from the impacts of COVID-19 without fear of crime. The funding will cover 50% of each successful project, and […]

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Hydro One and GlobalMedic deliver 575 critical aid kits to Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory – Manitoulin Expositor

August 11, 2020 MANITOULIN ISLAND, ON, August 11, 2020 – Today, Hydro One and GlobalMedic, a registered Canadian charity specializing in disaster relief, announced the delivery of 575 critical aid kits of food and safety supplies to Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory to support those in need. Hydro One connected with Indigenous communities and leaders to find […]

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Ontario Expanding Closed-Circuit Television Coverage to Keep Communities Safe

$6 Million Investment Will Give Police More Tools to Fight Crime August 10, 2020 TORONTO — The Ontario government is looking to partner with police services across the province to expand the coverage of closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems, a key tool in the fight against guns and gangs and other criminal activity. The investment of […]

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Deadly force, neglect kills dozens of Indigenous people in Ontario’s justice system – CBC

More than 40 Indigenous people have been killed by police or died in custody in Ontario in the last 20 years Aug 11, 2020 The number of Indigenous people killed by police or dying in custody in Ontario points to the need to remake, not reform the justice system, says an associate professor in the […]

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Supreme Court to hear case of Hamilton man who killed Jon Styres of Six Nations – APTN News

Aug 06, 2020 A Hamilton-area homeowner who gunned Jon Styres seconds after confronting him in the dead of night succeeded on Thursday in getting the country’s top court to hear his case. The Supreme Court of Canada agreed to weigh-in at the request of Peter Khill, who was initially acquitted of second-degree murder in the […]

by ahnationtalk on August 7, 202021 Views

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Ontario Investing $6 Million to Boost the Fight Against Crime

Proceeds of Crime to Be Reinvested into 21 Frontline Community Safety Initiatives August 6, 2020 TORONTO — The Ontario government is investing more than $6 million over the next three years to help combat crime and build safer communities. The Proceeds of Crime Front-Line Policing Grant will be made available to 16 police services across […]

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Community pleads for information as Kettle and Stony Point homicide investigation continues – CTV News

August 5, 2020 LONDON, ONT. — OPP have now officially identified the person found deceased this past weekend at Kettle and Stony Point First Nation and say their homicide investigation continues. CTV News had already confirmed the identify of 29 year-old David Jordan Oliver of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation. Police say Oliver is […]

by ahnationtalk on August 6, 20206 Views

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Residential school survivor wants criminal case reopened against former child care worker – CBC

Charge initially laid against former staff member in the 1990s was withdrawn Aug 05, 2020 A survivor of one of Canada’s most notorious residential schools wants the criminal case against his alleged abuser — which ended with the withdrawal of a charge of indecent assault — reopened. Simeon Solomon’s allegations led to a 1997 charge […]

by ahnationtalk on August 5, 20204 Views

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Protestors fighting police violence against Indigenous people – Tbnewswatch.com

Group calling itself Not One More Death did not plant a tree in front of police headquarters on Tuesday, but promised to plant an entire forest if change does not occur. THUNDER BAY – A planned unauthorized tree planting in protest of the Thunder Bay Police’s treatment of Indigenous people did not go ahead as scheduled […]

by ahnationtalk on August 4, 20208 Views

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Island police service targets domestic violence – The Sudbury Star

August 4, 2020 A First Nation police service on Manitoulin Island recently announced the creation of a unique new program geared toward reducing risk factors associated with domestic violence. The UCCM Anishnaabe Police Service, headquartered on M’Chigeeng First Nation, announced the four-year Lighting the Fire Within project on July 17. Funded through Women and Gender […]

by ahnationtalk on August 4, 20205 Views

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