BC female RCMP officer punished for sexual misconduct that occurred a decade ago

A female RCMP officer has been docked 20 days' worth of pay and 10 days' worth of annual leave as punishment following a complaint of sexual misconduct.

Quinn Patrick

BC Mountie under review by RCMP for blackface jokes

RCMP is reviewing the online behaviour of a police officer in Kamloops who made blackface jokes while receiving skincare treatment.

Sam Edwards

Canadian senators distance themselves from BLM, stand up for police officers

Canadian politicians are beginning to distance themselves from the Black Lives Matter movement and are speaking out in support of cops.

Nico Johnson

Armed man was on grounds of Trudeau's residency for 13 minutes before being spotted by police: RCMP

“I am very proud of all our people and our partners who moved fast and acted decisively to contain this threat,” RCMP Deputy Commissioner Mike Duheme told media Friday morning.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

BREAKING: Armed man arrested on grounds of Trudeau’s residency

An armed man has been arrested by the RCMP after accessing the Rideau Hall grounds where Prime Minister Trudeau and Gov. Gen Julie Payette reside.

Beth Baisch

Trudeau Liberal MP calls police unions a 'huge problem'

The Liberal chair of the House of Commons' public safety committee has called police unions "a huge problem" in a meeting.

Nico Johnson

EXCLUSIVE: Senior Liberal staffer calls for the RCMP to be abolished

A top Liberal staffer who serves as the communications advisor for Trudeau Minister Navdeep Bains called for the RCMP to be abolished on social media.

Nico Johnson

Passenger refused to wear face mask on plane—faces $5,000 fine

A passenger on a plane that was headed from Vancouver to Manitoba is being investigated by RCMP after he refused to wear a face mask while on board.

Quinn Patrick

Crown drops charges against Chief Adam in RCMP altercation

All charges have been dropped against Chief Allan Adam of Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation that were laid following an arrest that took place on March 10.

Quinn Patrick

Shocking new evidence emerges that Nova Scotia mass shooter may have been RCMP informant

Speculation is growing as to the relationship of the now-deceased mass killer to the RCMP and questions are being asked about the RCMP's lack of transparency surrounding the case.

Quinn Patrick

Families of Nova Scotia shooting victims launch class-action lawsuit against RCMP

The families of the Nova Scotians killed and injured during the mass shooting in April have filed a proposed class-action against the RCMP.

Jonathan Bradley

Senator calls for resignation of RCMP commissioner after comments on systemic racism

Lucki had previously stated that she acknowledged that she struggled with an exact definition of systemic racism, but would later say that she regrets not saying it outright.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Armed standoff in Iqaluit, RCMP advises residents to stay away

Iqaluit RCMP is handling an armed standoff Monday morning, which it describes as a “dynamic situation that is quickly unfolding in the 200 block.”

Sam Edwards

RCMP officers 'add another level of fear' for workers in their six-month battle to protect their pensions and jobs

Dead rabbits on their doorsteps. Spouses being stalked; their pictures taken in their yards and communities. Bomb threats that police kept secret. Now workers have been getting regular visits from the RCMP.

Samuel Helguero

Green Party leader calls the RCMP a 'racist institution'

Green Party leader-for-life Elizabeth May declared in a press conference today that the RCMP is a racist institution.

Nico Johnson