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- 130 police officers deployed in drug-trafficking operation in Quebec
Officers conducted 18 searches related to the alleged sale of drugs in several areas of Quebec.
- M25 traffic latest: M25 lanes CLOSED on London ring road – motorway delays almost AN HOUR
MOTORISTS are experiencing delays of almost an hour on the M25 following multi vehicle crash.
- Collision closes eastbound 401 lanes near Kingston
Ontario Provincial Police have closed all eastbound 401 lanes at County Road 6 in Odessa. COLLISION: #Hwy401 EB just after County Rd 6 #Kingston #Odes
- AI to fly jumbo jet to handle traffic upswing
National carrier Air India is likely to deploy Boeing 747 jumbo jet on the Mumbai-Delhi route and Delhi-Kolkata route from June 1 for a month. On the
- Should Calgary traffic laws be different for cyclists and drivers?
The proposal would ask the province to make rolling stops at stop signs legal for cyclists.
- Police crack down on speeding from Surrey to Abbotsford as part of month-long campaign
"If they adjust their speed, great, and if they don't, the police are out there giving them tickets," says ICBC road safety co-ordinator Karen Klein.
- Too short to hold onto the bars of the Montreal Metro? The STM might finally be installing straps
About 20 members of its My Voice, My STM program will take part in a research study to test the straps.
- Scheer vows criminal crackdown on human trafficking in election pledge
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says the lack of a strategy to combat human trafficking has sent a message that it is no longer a federal priority.
- Ottawa city councillors to introduce motions calling for safer bicycle infrastructure
The motions come almost a week after a cyclist was struck and killed on Laurier Avenue just outside city hall.
- Domestic air traffic fell in April for the first time in 6 years
Jet’s grounding however helped bigger rival IndiGo to control 50% of the Indian domestic market, followed at a considerable distance by Air India an
- Mt Everest witnesses traffic jam like situation as over 200 trekkers attempt to reach summit point
Climbers from many countries reached above the Camp IV early morning and complained of waiting for more than two hours on their way to the summit poin
- Sex trafficking: When victims become perpetrators
Born in rural Thailand, Watcharaporn Nantahkhum gave birth to her first child at the age of 17. Her father killed himself when she was young, to absol
- The Brazil Prison Fashion Show
Brazil: The catwalk came to a Brazilian prison Wednesday when models from the Sao Paulo Fashion Week paraded a collection at a maximum security facili
- Rolling for Justice Bike Ride makes way along Laurier Avenue calling for safer roads for cyclists
The ride comes a week after a cyclist was killed on that same stretch of road in an alleged hit-and-run.
- Returning from holiday, four Noida medical students killed in accident
All five were studying medicine at Sharda University in Greater Noida and were coming back from a holiday in Himachal Pradesh when the accident took p
- Albert Street south construction project not going over well with drivers
The City of Regina continues to preach patience, as the Albert Street south road project starts Wednesday and expects to cause major delays in traffic
- A smoother road: rural distillery seeing more traffic after highway re-paved
Smooth 42 named itself ironically after Highway 42, a once pothole-ridden road that the owners said drivers would avoid altogether.
- Mum, 58, exempt from wearing a seatbelt due to a hernia dies after flying out of her daughter’s car in a crash
A MUM who was exempt from wearing a seatbelt because of a hernia died when she was thrown through the window of a car in a crash. Sarah Evans, 58, had
- Quebec transport minister rides Metro’s orange line with Montreal mayor
Building the Montreal Metro's pink line is still not a priority for the Quebec government.