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Standoff includes police as Mississauga gym owner reopens despite COVID-19 emergency orders – Toronto

After bylaw officers sat outside for two days watching, Peel Regional Police officers moved in outside a Mississauga gym that opened this week in the face of Ontario laws that prevent fitness facilities from seeing most clients in person. But despite the police presence, the gym remained open and…
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New Guelph police dog sniffs out 3 suspects in a single night

The newest canine with Guelph police is proving that every dog really has its day after assisting in the arrest of two burglary suspects and tracking down a third. Titan has been with the service for less than a year and is partnered with 20-year veteran Const. Neil Moulton.…
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East City residents share safety concerns with Peterborough Police Service and city councilors

Tuesday evening City Councilor Keith Riel and Gary Baldwin partnered with the Peterborough Police Service to hold a virtual meeting for East City residents.Community members were able to ask questions and learn more about safety around their businesses and homes.Tricia Mason has the story.
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Guelph police will continue to deploy downtown resource officers after pilot project ends – Guelph

Guelph police say their downtown resource officer pilot project will become a permanent fixture in the service. Chief Gord Cobey made the announcement during a police services board meeting earlier this month as the pilot was scheduled to end at the end of September. Read more: Guelph police introduce…
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Edmonton police chief releases commitment to take action to improve relations with racialized, underserved communities – Edmonton

Edmonton’s police chief says he is committed to taking action to improve and repair relationships with racialized and underserved communities in the city. At police headquarters Monday morning, Dale McFee committed to a “new path forward” to work with communities most affected in the fight against systemic racism, including…