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Good Samaritan Helps Canadian Officer Save Drowning Woman

A young man saw an officer about to jump into an indoor pool to save a woman from drowning and bravely jumped in to assist in the effort.

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Gunfire Erupts at Toronto Raptors Victory Rally, 4 Reportedly Injured

Shots were fired near the stage in Nathan Phillips Square—where the Toronto Raptors victory celebration was taking place on Monday—causing the crowd to disperse.

Canadian Officer Severely Injured in Single-Vehicle Crash

An officer with the Montreal Police was badly injured when his patrol vehicle crashed into a tree while en route to a call for service.

Canadian Agency Approves New Training Facility for Firearms and Defensive Tactics

Officers with the Saskatchewan Highway Patrol will soon have a new training facility to work on firearms and defensive tactics skills.

Video: Winnipeg Police Helicopter Crew Help Nab Suspect Trying to Hide Weapons

According to CBC News, an agency helicopter crew was above and observing when a subject reached out of an upstairs window and placed several weapons on the roof of a first-floor section of the house.

Video: Canadian Police, Fire Agencies Partner in Active Threat Response

The Vancouver Police Department recently began training together to work closely in delivering potentially life-saving capabilities into "warm zones" in which an active threat may still be lurking.

Canadian Government to Study Post-Traumatic Stress Among First Responders

The Canadian government will reportedly invest millions of dollars in an effort to better identify, treat, and prevent post-traumatic stress among public safety workers.

Canadian Officer Shot by Fellow Officer in Apparent Altercation

Monica Hudon—spokesperson for Ontario's Special Investigations Unit—reportedly said, "I can only tell you that there was an altercation, a firearm was discharged and one officer was struck."

Canadian Agency Says 'OK' to Off-Duty Marijuana Use by Officers

Chief Charles Bordeleau said that while officers won't be banned from using the drug when they're not on the job—once it becomes legal at the end of October—"an officer needs to be fit for duty when showing up for work."

Criminals Should Cover Police Costs, Says Canadian Officer Running for Mayor

"If you can afford a car, insurance, gas and get intoxicated, then you can afford the police car ride when you get convicted," said Tim Diack, a Winnipeg Police Service officer running for mayor.