The Toronto Sun is reporting that "At York Regional Police headquarters on Wednesday a joint-forces police operation unveiled a cache of 27 handguns, nine kilos of cocaine, 1.9 kilos of fentanyl. 20,000 Xanax pills, 28 grams of heroin (worth $1.3 million) with 22 people in total arrested from London, Brampton, Mississauga and Toronto on more than 400 related charges.
The immense Project Monarch — a 10-month joint-forces operation that started in October 2021 and ended July 28, 2022 — might have not brought the biggest seizures of all time, but it showed police and community partners are doing their part to stem the tide of guns and drugs smuggled into Ontario at any cost." This is what the CFSEU in BC is supposed to do but doesn't do.
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