The decision by the city of Longueuil Wednesday not to appeal a Quebec Human Rights Tribunal judgment in a racial profiling case means the city's p
More than five years after Myles Gray died in a confrontation with seven Vancouver police officers, his family has learned that none of the officer
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government will review a recent watchdog investigation that flagged concerns about how the RCMP stores data
Le Comité de déontologie policière a rendu sa décision : l’ancien chef du Service de police de la Ville de Gatineau (SPVG
Une citoyenne qui reprochait à des policiers du Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) de lui avoir manqué de respect a vu sa plainte êtr
C'est chez certains policiers que l'on retrouve le plus de racisme au Québec, croit le premier ministre, François Legault.
TORONTO -- The province’s police watchdog has cleared officers of criminal wrongdoing in the shooting death of a 26-year-old Black man suffering fr
VICTORIA - A woman’s complaints about being asked about a “walk of shame” by a Saanich police officer after reporting an alleged sexual assault has
The arrest of a Black alumnus at Simon Fraser University on Friday night is raising questions among the student body.
Families of those killed or injured by Peel Regional Police officers rallied in front of the 11 Division headquarters Friday to urge the Special In