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  • Ontario Provincial Police; the police force of the Canadian province of Ontario.

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Examples

  • The cop car shots ... both the shot of the cop car half in the house & the one with the two opp cars crashed together are actually Canadian cops ... first is Toronto police & the OPP cars are Ontario Provincial Police.

    Dark Roasted Blend

  • OPP is an excellent material for printing – for example the popular book Cradle to Cradle by the MBDC co-founders is made of OPP as are ReProduct greeting cards.

    15 posts from May 2008

  • Mr. Gale said he called the OPP to report an alleged forgery, an unexplained disappearance of funds and other anomalies he learned about as a commissioner between 2006 and 2009, but was told to call Niagara Regional Police.

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  • (St. Bernard Parish is de facto segregated, WhiteMans’ World/all others scared) - They should have held ‘em in OPP - Orleans Parish Prison, better demographics to make a conTURD’s stay a bit more, shall we say, memorable?, and humbling.

    Think Progress » Rep. King Offers Conspiracy To Support O’Keefe: ‘Seems Really Convenient That This Would Happen Now’

  • The contract includes a 5.075-per-cent increase in the first year, followed by a two-year freeze and a guarantee that the OPP will be the highest paid force in Ontario.

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  • But Mr. Hobbes counters that a clause in the contract that guarantees the OPP will be the province's highest paid force at the end of the three-year term nullifies the effect of the last two years.

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  • Anyone with information regarding the above break, enter and theft is asked to call the OPP at

    SooNews.ca Headlines

  • Anyone with information regarding the above mischief, break enter and theft is asked to call the OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

    SooNews.ca Headlines

  • They informed him they had already called OPP and learned a military training exercise was underway.

    Ottawa Sun

  • Even after calling OPP, she said the noise continued to wake them until it ceased at about

    Ottawa Sun

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