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Feds to monitor social media round-the-clock
Soon tweets, public Facebook posts and YouTube videos could be subject to scrutiny round-the-clock by the federal government. A federal tender specifies the government is looking for continuous media monitoring of blogs and social media.
Pot-smoking Mountie can't smoke in uniform, RCMP says
A Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer with a medical marijuana prescription thinks he should be able to smoke the drug while in uniform, but the RCMP says he can't smoke marijuana while in red serge or while wearing his regular working uniform.
Lara Logan put on leave after flawed 60 Minutes report
CBS ordered 60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan and her producer to take a leave of absence Tuesday following a critical internal review of their handling of the show's October story on the raid on the Benghazi raid, which relied on a supposed witness who
The gangs of Winnipeg
the gang problem in Winnipeg is not getting better, it's getting worse. And if this is the justice minister's idea of creating a "hostile environment" for gang recruitment and growth, I'd hate to see what his gang-promotion program would be.
Violent and Frequent Attacks in Seattle for Smartphones
SEATTLE -- Most of us do it -- walk around staring at our phones oblivious to what's going on around us. That is leaving us wide open to criminals. We've had multiple violent attacks over smart phones in just one week. Three cases in one week
Hundreds arrested in international child porn case
Toronto police reveal details of an international child sex abuse and pornography investigation in six continents that has led to hundreds of arrests, including 50 in Ontario and 58 in the rest of Canada.
Pit bull severely slashed while protecting owner
An Edmonton emergency veterinarian said a four-year-old pit bull is recovering well after being slashed with a machete while protecting her owner on Tuesday evening. “She’s a great dog, just a very gentle dog,” said Brent Jackson, at the Edmonton Veterin
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