A Mountie accused of torturing and starving his 11-year-old son told an Ottawa court he was in a constant battle to control the boy's bad behaviour -- a battle that ultimately resulted in him physically restraining and hurting the boy.
A Mountie accused of severe, long-term abuse of his 11-year-old son says an RCMP psychiatrist suggested that he play down his history of constant nightmares when he underwent a psychological evaluation before entering the police force.
Canada's top Mountie told the federal government last spring the RCMP had 'moved beyond' internal issues of harassment and bullying through 'concrete actions' that had fostered a more respectful workplace, newly disclosed records show.
Members of the Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada say they are 'pleased' that newly introduced legislation will allow RCMP officers to engage in collective bargaining, but they will be seeking amendments to the bill.
The RCMP in New Brunswick is misleading the public with the claim that every patrol vehicle in the province has a carbine firearm, say Mounties who have yet to be trained on the high-powered weapon and cannot use it.