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Law & Security
- Minister Blaney commends law enforcement on dismantling large-scale drug producing organization
- Statement from Minister Blaney on National Safe Driving Week
- Statement by Ministers Blaney and Fantino on the Death of Toronto Police Constable John Zivcic
- Minister Blaney commends Toronto’s Integrated National Security Enforcement Team on National Security Arrest
- Minister Blaney announces new NEXUS lanes
- Canada’s Performance on Implementation of Beyond the Border Initiatives
- Minister Blaney responds to the tabling of the report of the Auditor General
- Minister Blaney discusses terrorism with world’s top security thinkers and decision-makers
- National Addictions Awareness Week – November 18-24, 2013
- Minister Blaney applauds Quebec law enforcement on child pornography arrests
- UN tribunals have lessons to offer on helping States deliver justice, Security Council told
As the United Nations tribunals set up in the wake of the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s and the 1994 Rwandan genocide prepare to conclude their work, there are lessons to be learned in terms of building the national capacity of States to deliver justice, officials from the courts told the Security […]
- Major UN conference underscores universal stake in ending corruption
The rule of law, governance, profits and livelihoods all suffer from corruption's corrosive effects, a senior United Nations official said at the conclusion of the world's largest biennial anti-corruption gathering, which this year took place in Panama City.
- Corruption hobbles development, generates other crimes – senior UN official
The world's largest biennial gathering of delegates in the global fight against corruption opened in Panama today with the United Nations top crime fighter warning that the scourge not only hobbles sustainable development but generates other crimes.
- ICC announces arrest of four men linked to trial of former DR Congo official
Four people have been arrested for alleged witness tampering in the war crimes trial of former Congolese vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba, the International Criminal Court (ICC) today announced.
- UN-backed tribunal orders Russia to release Greenpeace protest ship and crew
The United Nations-backed International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea today ordered that Russia release the Greenpeace ship and its crew that it seized in September following a protest over oil drilling off its coast, once the Netherlands posts a bond of 3.6 million euros.