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RCMP ‘deeply concerned’ by violence against Indigenous lobster fisheries in Nova Scotia

RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki responded to a question Wednesday regarding concerns about how officers responded to recent acts of violence against Indigenous lobster fisheries in Nova Scotia, saying they are “deeply concerned by the acts of violence and the property damage” linked to the dispute, and that they will intervene “when we are made aware of those actions.”

RCMP orders Mounties not to wear “Thin Blue Line” symbol

The RCMP has told it's Mounties to stop wearing a black and white Canadian flag with a thin blue line on their uniforms. It's an unofficial and controversial symbol used as a sign of solidarity. As Catherine Uruqhart explains, the new order comes as police organizations examine their relationships with minority communities.
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Policing expert criticizes RCMP response to N.S. shooting

Christian Leuprecht, a policing expert from Royal Military College, says police must be better at coordinating critical resources with other government agencies during emergencies, such as the Nova Scotia shooting spree.
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Remains found in Roseau River identified as missing Winnipegger: RCMP

Manitoba RCMP say the remains found in August in Roseau River are those of a missing Winnipeg man Bud Paul. Manitoba RCMP Superintendent Michael Koppang, Head of Major Crimes Services, made an appeal to the public for more information at a press conference Wednesday morning.
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RCMP say most Canadians won’t recoup funds in CRA scam

During a press conference on Friday where the RCMP announced the arrests of two people and a Canada-wide warrant for a third in relation to their CRA scam investigation, the RCMP said that recouping funds lost by a majority of Canadians is unlikely, but there are some cases in which they’ve been successful in recouping funds.
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