Police seize drugs smuggled in cars shipped to Canada by rail

  CTV News 

Image source : ctvnews.ca

Police say an international joint investigation has led to the seizure of methamphetamines at auto dealerships across Ontario.

▶ Full story on ctvnews.ca
Advertisements
▼ Related news : 

Global News  

CTV News  

Toronto Sun  

Global News  

Global News  

Global News  

Global News  

Global News  

Global News  

Ottawa Citizen  

Global News  

Toronto Sun  

Financial Post  

Edmonton Journal  
Booking.com
Latest news and headlines !
  Jurors will resume deliberations this morning in the trial of a Winnipeg woman accused of stabbing her neighbour to death. Brenda Schuff, 46, is charged with second-degree murder in the 2017 ......
  A Winnipeg company that provides transportation for people living with disabilities has lost part of its fleet, following an overnight fire at a vehicle compound on Wall Street...
  City hall continues to take a slow, cautionary approach to security measures on its Winnipeg Transit buses. Councillors on a civic committee Tuesday directed the administration to spend the...
  Amazon is halfway to opening its second fulfillment centre in Alberta. Located at the Border Business Park in Leduc Country — nearby the...
  OTTAWA - The Chinese Embassy said Tuesday it has asked Canada to suspend all meat exports, a surprise move that comes amid the diplomatic dispute over the...
  The party's resilience and its ability to reconstruct itself would benefit everyone, the former premier says.
  Source: Wall Street Journal The United States became the world’s largest producer of oil last year and the world’s largest producer of natural gas in 2009 . Texas, North Dakota, and Wyoming are setting ...
  According to the General Accounting Office (GAO) , the renewable fuel standard (RFS), a federal program requiring the use of biofuels in gasoline supplies, has not...
  When you look at the results of the latest Free Press-Probe Research poll on voting intentions, it's not hard to see why Premier Brian Pallister is in a hurry to ...
  A man who sparked a 12-hour police standoff connected to a violent home invasion was sentenced to 7 1/2 months time served in a Winnipeg...
  A handful of city councillors are concerned the move to sweeping 30 km/h speed limits at 392 playground zones across Edmonton isn’t...
  Months before the Pallister government ordered Manitoba Public Insurance to extend an existing compensation agreement with brokers, the...
About latestcanada.com - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015 www.latestcanada.com