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OPP and Toronto police launch 4-day road safety campaign

WATCH: OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt provides an update on Operation Shield.

TORONTO – Toronto police and the Ontario Provincial Police are joining forces for a four-day road safety campaign called Operation Shield. 138 more words

News

Surreptitious Little Eyes in Canadian Skies: What you don’t know about drones in Canada

They visualize, detect, measure, analyze, interpret, target, and – wait for it – they fly unattended. Many of us are familiar with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVS), colloquially known as “drones”, and their many shapes and sizes. 783 more words

Canadian Politics

Firm to hire 5,000 for Pan Am security

BRAMPTON, Ont. – Ontario Provincial Police say more than 5,000 college youth enrolled in police and justice programs are being recruited to provide security for the 2015 Toronto Pan Am Games. 157 more words

Sports

Ontario police investigate after shots fired at cars on Highway 401

COLBORNE, Ont. – Police are asking for the public’s help in their investigation of vehicles apparently being shot at on Highway 401 in Eastern Ontario. 98 more words

News

OPP investigate possible gunfire along 401

Ontario Provincial Police were investigating the possibility that gunshots targeted at motorists along Highway 401 near Trenton.

Police said there have been three reported incidents of gunfire along the highway over the past three months. 106 more words

Local News

Drive courteously

The OPP just released a road fatality report stating “As of Oct. 5, 2014, speed was a factor in 51 of the 168 deaths.”

I have recently moved to the Windsor-Essex area and have lived in different cities in Ontario, one being the largest city in Canada. 67 more words

Letters

Thanksgiving traffic blitz

Watch out for the Ontario Provincial Police targeting distracted drivers this Thanksgiving weekend.

The OPP will be enforcing Operation Impact, a joint initiative with police agencies all across Canada looking at the leading causes of death on our highways. 361 more words