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An appeal court was described as Gerald Barton's last chance at justice Wednesday by a lawyer who argued RCMP negligence contributed to his client's wrongful conviction on a statutory rape charge 45 years ago.
A Mountie based in southwestern Saskatchewan is facing drug-related charges that allegedly happened in the Toronto area.
The RCMP lacks a "national picture" of its aircraft use and needs, creating potentially costly inefficiencies, according to an internal evaluation.
Members of the RCMP will have the right to engage in collective bargaining similar to other Canadian public servants, following a landmark ruling Friday by the Supreme Court of Canada.
British Columbia's police watchdog says an RCMP dog handler did not break the law when he shot an intoxicated, suicidal Surrey man who fired his shotgun during a confrontation a year ago.
Mounties in the Metro Vancouver city of Surrey, B.C., say three police cruisers have been rammed by a stolen vehicle but nobody has been hurt and a suspect is in custody.
The federal government is appealing a judge's decision that it was "unreasonable" for the top Mountie to deny a staff sergeant's bid for promotion because of a long-dismissed allegation of misconduct.
Nova Scotia's Serious Incident Response Team is investigating a sexual assault allegation against an RCMP officer.
The RCMP in Nova Scotia say an investigation into child luring and extortion in the province has led to the arrest of a 17-year-old boy in England.
The RCMP has quietly revealed that it won't pursue further disciplinary action against a female Mountie who said her superior sexually assaulted her in a police cruiser.
A national fur organization says it raised objections with federal cabinet ministers upon learning the RCMP planned to begin outfitting officers with tuques instead of muskrat hats.