RCMP Intelligence Director Charged Under National Secrets Act
Cameron Ortis is a senior member of the Ottawa-based National Security Criminal Investigations unit of the RCMP and faces five charges.
Police Find BC Murder Suspects Belongings Near Manitoba River
After discovering a damaged aluminum boat on the shores of a northern Manitoba river police thought they caught a break, however, a search of the river turned up dry.
Police Cutting Back on Manhunt For BC Murder Suspects
The RCMP say they’ve scoured 11,000 square kilometres in their search, but they haven’t found the pair, accused of killing three.
‘It’s Possible’ Missing Teens and Slain Tourists Are Connected, BC Police Say
Police gave an update on the murder of Chynna Deese and Lucas Fowler, the disappearance of teens Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky, and the dead man found near the teens' burning truck.
The RCMP’s Drone Usage Has Doubled Since 2015
However, Canada’s national police force is providing few details on what they are actually using the drones for, and that has privacy advocates concerned.
How the RCMP Dealt With the Media During a Suspected Terror Attack
Police scrambled to control the narrative around Aaron Driver’s death after shooting the terror suspect in 2016, documents show.
RCMP Arrest Former Noisey Editor for Allegedly Conspiring to Smuggle Cocaine to Australia
Yaroslav Pastukhov, also known as Slava Pastuk, and another man, Ali Taki Lalji, were arrested late last week.
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Cop Investigating Surrey Six Murders Got Drunk And Slept With Witness
Derek Brassington, a principal RCMP investigator into the murders of six men in a BC highrise, was sentenced to two years of house arrest for his actions.
RCMP Arrests Two People in Alleged Terrorist Bomb Plot
Police claim they received information about a bomb attack from the FBI, but they didn’t pinpoint the target.
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The Real War Facing the Wet’suwet’en Nation
The pipeline-fuelled conflict between the RCMP and land defenders in northern BC is a war between tribal and colonial law as old as Canada itself. And it’s a war we’ve internalized.
VICE launches new legal battle to protect journalist's materials
The company argues an RCMP order for Ben Makuch's communications with a dead ISIS fighter is "unenforceable."
Indigenous group raises alarm over potential RCMP raid in northern B.C.
The group from the Wet’suwet’en Nation is blocking construction of the TransCanada Coastal GasLink pipeline.