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  • Kamloops RCMP investigating series of shootings
    RCMP in Kamloops are investigating a series of shootings this week, which all believed to be linked to an escalating gang war in the city.
    Crime
    May 5
  • RCMP not enforcing injunction at Alberta First Nation blockade
    Tensions are rising between Woodland Cree First Nation in northern Alberta and Calgary-based Obsidian Energy. The community has been ordered to stop blocking Obsidian crews from accessing a pipeline site. Heather Yourex-West explains how Woodland Cree First Nation Chief Isaac Laboucan-Avirom reacted, and what ignited the dispute between both sides.
    Global National
    May 9
  • Sask. RCMP outline charges in ‘significant’ child exploitation case
    On Tuesday, Saskatchewan RCMP Chief Supt. Ted Munro commented on additional charges laid against Richard Dyke related to an ongoing child exploitation investigation. “It’s a significant amount of victims, a significant amount of evidence and today we’re asking any further victims to come forward,” Munro said.
    Canada
    May 14
  • Richmond RCMP searching for witness to two stranger assaults
    Richmond Mounties have released security footage in hopes of identifying a witness to two stranger assaults. Officers are looking to speak with a man seen using a crosswalk on Buswell Street at Cook Road on the morning of Feb. 14, 2024.
    Canada
    May 9
  • RCMP join search for stolen North Vancouver chicken ‘Snowflake’
    Police are investigating the senseless theft, of a cherished pet chicken, taken from a North Vancouver backyard. Despite the unusual circumstances, officers say they’re treating the crime the same as any other. As for the chicken’s owner, she’s hoping for the best but preparing for the worst. Catherine Urquhart reports.
    Global News Hour at 6 BC
    May 14
  • RCMP present but not enforcing injunction at northern Alberta oil blockade
    Members of a First Nation near Peace River are stopping crews from Obsidian Energy from accessing one of its pipeline sites. The blockade began Sunday, as the company maintains it’s got the right to the road. Morgan Black reports.
    Global News Hour at 6 Edmonton
    May 9
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  • Family angry about IIO report on RCMP officer’s death
    The family of a former Richmond Mountie is outraged that no charges will be laid in her death. Const. Jasmine Thiara died by suicide, and the family says bullying was to blame. Angela Jung has more on the reaction to the police watchdog’s report.
    Global News Hour at 6 BC
    May 6
  • Exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the RCMP training program to be one of the PM’s bodyguards
    The shooting of Slovakia’s prime minister highlights the growing threat of violence towards politicians. So what does it take to be an officer of a VIP detail for a high-profile politician? ‘The West Block’ host Mercedes Stephenson gets exclusive access to the RCMP program to train protective policing officers to keep politicians of all political...
    The West Block
    May 19
  • Sask. RCMP: 60 charges laid following sexual assault/exploitation investigation involving youth
    CONTENT WARNING: Members of the Saskatchewan RCMP laid 60 charges against a 47-year-old man from Assiniboia, Sask,. following an extensive sexual assault/exploitation investigation involving youth.
    Global News at 5 Regina
    May 14
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  • Former CSIS exec on bombshell RCMP arrest of suspected hitmen in Nijjar case
    The RCMP arrested three foreign nationals suspected of killing a prominent Sikh activist. The 2023 killing of B.C. Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar led to a significant deterioration of relations between the Canadian and Indian governments. ‘The West Block’ host Mercedes Stephenson speaks with former CSIS executive manager Dan Stanton and Global News’ national security...
    The West Block
    May 5
  • Manitoba’s new top cop says RCMP job all about building, maintaining relationships
    There’s a new commanding officer of the Manitoba RCMP, and he says he’s happy to be taking on the role of top cop in his home province.
    May 10
  • The West Block: May 5, 2024 | Foreign interference inquiry releases report as RCMP arrest foreign suspects in Nijjar case
    The issue of foreign interference returns to the spotlight as the public inquiry into election meddling releases its first report and the RCMP make an arrest of suspected foreign hitmen. ‘The West Block’ host Mercedes Stephenson sits down with Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc to discuss the new arrests in the 2023 killing of B.C....
    The West Block
    May 5
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  • Manitoba RCMP ICE unit combating rising cases of sextortion
    The Manitoba RCMP’s internet child exploitation (ICE) unit has been inundated with cases of online child sexual abuse, exploitation, in particular, sextortion. Marney Blunt reports on what the unit is doing to pursue predators and protect children.
    Apr 25
  • RCMP say child abuse investigation in Alberta found victims in B.C.
    Sherina Maria Handsor is facing charges in connection to allegations of physical and sexual child abuse between 2006 and 2011 in Edison, Alberta. Since early April, Mounties say five new victims have come forward.
    Global News at Noon BC
    May 1
  • Serial killer linked to 1970s deaths of women near Calgary thanks to DNA tech advancements: RCMP
    Supt. David Hall, the head of Alberta RCMP’s Serious Crimes Branch, explains the painstaking efforts made and the technology DNA advances required to link the deaths of four young women and teenage girls in the Calgary areas to Gary Allen Srery, a transient American criminal who died in an Idaho prison in 2011.
    Crime
    May 17
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  • St. Paul RCMP officer charged with possessing, distributing child porn
    Evan Peacock, 33, a constable at the St. Paul RCMP detachment in northeastern Alberta, was arrested and charged with child sexual exploitation offences.
    Global News Hour at 6 Edmonton
    Apr 26
  • RCMP make arrest in double homicide with help from mothers, community
    On Thursday, Manitoba RCMP Supt. Rob Lasson announced the arrest of a suspect in connection with a double homicide in September 2021. Lasson said that the arrest wouldn’t have been possible without the help of the community and especially the mothers of the victims who amplified calls for information in Dene.
    Canada
    Apr 25
  • RCMP in Lumby searching for missing woman
    RCMP in the North Okanagan are searching for a woman who was last seen Saturday morning. While police have yet to say much about the case – as Victoria Femia is finding out, the woman’s family is alleging that she was abducted by her ex-husband.
    Apr 14
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  • Hardeep Singh Nijjar killing: RCMP make arrests in B.C. Sikh leader murder case
    The RCMP made arrests in connection to the killing of B.C. Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar on Friday. The RCMP took the Indian nationals into custody almost a year after Nijjar was gunned down at the Guru Nanak Sikh Temple in Surrey, B.C.
    Canada
    May 3
  • RCMP commissioner blasts Surrey police transition plan
    Another twist in the on-going back and forth over policing in Surrey. This latest development revealed in a letter from the RCMP’s top brass – to Solicitor General Mike Farnworth. Jordan Armstrong has the details of that letter.
    Global News Hour at 6 BC
    Apr 18
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