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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is promising to look into reports that the RCMP proposed shadowing an Ottawa journalist to learn who leaked secret information on a suspected terrorist.
Mounties say they have smashed a drug trafficking and money laundering ring that moved large amounts of cash and marijuana from British Columbia to Central and Eastern Canada.
RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson says he doesn’t know why four Mounties who helped corner and kill the Parliament Hill gunman one year ago were not invited to Thursday’s official commemoration.
The RCMP has launched an investigation into how a suspect in a Saskatchewan stabbing got injured while fleeing from Mounties.
Mounties say officers in British Columbia's Fraser Valley have seized 90 kilograms of marijuana from a motorhome driven by two Ontario residents.
RCMP say they're looking for a man who has been playing at being a police officer in Alberta.
An investigation is underway into the death of a woman who was being held in a central Alberta RCMP cell.
The RCMP in Prince Edward Island have named Chief Supt. Joanne Crampton as the new commanding officer.
RCMP detachments across Canada have stopped naming the victims of fatal vehicle collisions, in an unannounced shift in their information-sharing practices.
RCMP members may be individually answerable for complaints of mistreatment alleged by hundreds of the force's female employees, but the government as a whole bears no responsibility, a Crown lawyer says.
A lawyer is arguing in a B.C. court this week that the RCMP systematically discriminated against women and a class action lawsuit against the federal government should go ahead.