Seizure of 3D Printer in B.C Firearms Trafficking Investigation


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The federal government is earmarking $28 million in new money to help fight the export of stolen vehicles. The government says the money will give the Canada Border Services Agency more capacity to detect and search containers with pilfered autos.

Two members of the Canadian Armed Forces are facing drug charges, according to the Department of National Defence. One of them is also charged with possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

Toronto Maple Leafs captain John Tavares is taking the Canada Revenue Agency to court over an $8-million tax dispute, according to court documents filed on behalf of the player.

Siding with Alberta Premier Danielle Smith on her proposed restrictions on transgender youth, Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre confirmed Wednesday that he is against trans and non-binary minors using puberty blockers.

A woman who runs a horse rehabilitation facility near High River, Alta., says the town is not in favour of her riding her horses in the community as a means of transportation.

Prince William returned to royal duties Wednesday for the first time since his father, King Charles III, announced his cancer diagnosis and his wife, Kate, was hospitalized for abdominal surgery.

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says he has put Prime Minister Justin Trudeau “on notice” that the failure to present a sufficient piece of pharmacare framework legislation by the March 1 deadline will be a supply-and-confidence deal-breaker.

For the first time, researchers have isolated a cell responsible for remembering allergies and triggering the production of the antibodies that cause the allergic reaction—a ‘ground-breaking discovery’ which paves the way to develop treatments that could turn off an allergic response.

Police in Peel Region are investigating 29 separate cases of attempted extortion targeting South Asian business owners in a rash of crime Brampton’s mayor says is ‘terrorizing’ the community.

The British Columbia Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from a religious group that sought a property tax exemption on its 31-acre island near Swartz Bay, B.C., arguing the island is a “place of public worship.”

Nicotine pouches will be moving from convenience store shelves to behind the pharmacy counter in B.C., Premier David Eby announced Wednesday.

High-risk B.C. sex offender Randall Hopley, who went on the run for 10 days in November, will still be allowed overnight community leave with the approval of his parole officer, after the parole board decided not to impose new restrictions.

A Calgary police officer has been charged with sexual assault.

Hundreds of students across Alberta are planning to leave their classrooms on Wednesday as part of a province-wide protest against the UCP government’s controversial proposal regarding transgender youth.

A trio of Calgary friends and former co-workers are each $16.6 million richer after splitting a whopping $50 million Lotto 6-49 jackpot.

It’s almost official: Wîhkwêntôwin is the new name for Edmonton’s most densely populated neighbourhood.

Preparation is underway in communities across Alberta to prevent the kind of devastation last year’s wildfire season did, with all signs pointing to the coming season being just as disastrous.

After nearly three delicious decades, a popular downtown eatery will be saying goodbye to its long lines and long-time customers.

An Ontario Hockey League (OHL) player has been suspended indefinitely amid an investigation by Durham police.

The Town of Whitby is launching a public awareness and letter-writing campaign to pressure the province to get moving on a long-promised hospital.

Mayor of Pickering, Kevin Ashe, has severely criticized a local city councillor for an op-ed she authored on Black History Month, labeling the piece as “racist, irresponsible, and unethical.” He urges her to renounce her comments.

In another disturbing occurrence, a father and his son were discovered dead in an apartment in Laval. The incidents are currently being investigated by the police.

There was another unfortunate incident on Montreal’s South Shore on Wednesday, resulting in injuries to three city workers and the evacuation of two daycare centers. A gas leak led to an explosion, which subsequently led to fires in two vehicles.

Finally, a case of measles has been identified in a child from Montreal. The case was reported to officials on Tuesday.

The budget features more services being made available for Winnipeggers, however, there are some price hikes to make these services possible.

A large swath of the province is under a snowfall warning thanks to an encroaching Colorado Low.

The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation has suspended all job action after being invited to resume negotiations by the province.

A Saskatoon woman said she has safety concerns with city transit after she was assaulted and robbed on her way home from work.

Teachers in Saskatchewan’s largest school division walked off the job on Wednesday as a series of rotating one-day strikes continued.

The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation has suspended all job action after being invited to resume negotiations by the province.

The head of the union representing Mounties says Saskatchewan’s plan to start a new police service is not the answer to address rising crime.

Within just a year of planning, a new spot in the Town of Moosomin has been dedicated to the arts – the Moosomin Visual Arts Centre (MVAC).

People living in five encampments across the Halifax Regional Municipality have less than three weeks to vacate the premises.

Two trademark buildings in Fredericton’s downtown have been sold to a Toronto-based company for $39 million.

A Nova Scotia Junior B team has been handed a punishment for not being able to play a game during a recent snowstorm.

City crews spent Wednesday clearing out several encampments along the Thames River, displacing several people who have been living near Watson Park.

Dominique Easton was emotional after her former partner was sentenced in the death of her infant child.

A London, Ont. courtroom heard an emotional victim impact statement at the sentencing hearing for a trucker convicted in the crash that killed a young child more than three years ago.

Canadian Hard of Hearing Association Sudbury made the draw for 2024 Dream Home at the new home in Minnow Lake on Wednesday.

People are heartbroken following last week’s fatal house fire in the Far North community of Peawanuck.

A recent fire in Greater Sudbury has brought to light some vital considerations for rural property owners.

The City of Cambridge and the Grand River Conservation Authority are updating their emergency plans as they near the 50th anniversary of the Galt flood.

An Ontario Hockey League (OHL) player has been suspended indefinitely amid an investigation by Durham police.

A familiar pair have taken over the management of a beloved Cambridge restaurant.

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