MASSACRE OF CANADIAN COPS: Police 'scared to go to work right now'

"I think that the government needs to get itself involved and start toughening up on the crime bills."

Joshua Young North Carolina

Since September 2022, nine Canadian police officers have been murdered, changing a trend that had seen only an average of two Canadian cops killed per year dating back to 1990.

President of the Ottawa Police Association Matthew Cox said to the Epoch Times, "It's as if there is an actual attack on the policing community. We have never seen this before in Canada."

Canada has seen an increase in violent crime since 2020 and Cox said many police are scared to go to work right now, according to the Epoch Times.

Cox added, "I think that the government needs to get itself involved and start toughening up on the crime bills."

According to the National Post, the acting deputy chief of Edmonton Police Service’s community policing bureau, "Tragic, senseless deaths like these set off a wide range of emotions for all of us. We are all human. So many things go through a police officer's mind when the unthinkable happens."

On May 11, 39-year-old Sgt. Eric Mueller out of Ontario was killed during a house call in Bourget, Ontario. He and three other officers were ambushed and shot at by the suspect, who was charged with first-degree murder for Mueller's death. Two other officers were shot and sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

On March 27, 42-year-old Sgt. Maureen Breau out of Quebec, a mother of two, was stabbed to death in Louiseville, Quebec during an arrest. She was four days out from a new role as investigator.

On March 16, 30-year-old Brett Ryan and 35-year-old Travis Jordan, two Edmonton officers, were gunned down by a 16-year-old male who later shot and killed himself. 

On December 27, 28-year-old Grzegorz Pierzchala, an Ontario provincial officer, was shot while responding to a call over a vehicle being stuck in a ditch. Two were arrested and charged with first-degree murder.

In Burnaby, BC, 31-year-old Constable Shaelyn Yang was serving an eviction notice to a vagrant living in a tent in a park when she was stabbed to death.

On October 11, Morgan Russell, 54, and Devon Northrup, 33, were gunned down during a disturbance call at a Innisfil, Ontario home.

On September 12, 48-year-old Constable Andrew Hong was ambushed and gunned down while getting coffee at a Mississauga, Ontario Tim Hortons.


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