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B.C. Mountie arrested on child luring, sex exploitation charges

Surrey - A Surrey, B.C. RCMP officer has been arrested after he was caught in a sting by the group Creep Catchers. It is alleged the Mountie was on his way to meet a 14-year-old girl for sex.

RCMP: Social media comments after shooting death may be illegal

Biggar - Saskatchewan RCMP have issued a warning that some social media posts may be illegal after a 22-year-aboriginal man was shot to death while in a car that drove onto a farmer's property.

Amanda Todd case: Dutch man can be extradited to Canada

Amsterdam - A Dutch court has ruled a 38-year-old man who is facing charges in Canada in the cyberbullying of 15-year-old Amanda Todd that led to her suicide can be extradited to Canada to face charges laid by the RCMP.

Snowmobiler falls 30 metres down hole near Pemberton to his death

Tragedy struck a group of 10 snowmobilers Saturday upon the Appa Glacier near Pemberton when one of their party plunged into a "moulin" in the terrain, falling 30 metres to his death. The rest of the party did not run into the hole and were unharmed.

ReadTheNorth: RCMP in B.C. taking aim against drunk drivers

In Canada the fight against drunk drivers is something police forces take seriously and the RCMP in B.C. have set the bar for the country's holiday season. Last Friday night they hit the streets with province-wide checkpoints and got impressive results.

Oops! Man looking for drug dealer calls Alberta Mountie instead

The calls started when John Spaans, a Mountie, was on vacation. The call was a wrong number, and from the sounds of it, the person on the other end seemed to be asking to buy drugs.

Surrey shootout as two vehicles exchange multiple gunshots

Two vehicles in Surrey had a shootout as they drove down a busy street on Thursday evening, but by the time RCMP arrived both vehicles had fled. No members of the public were hurt and it is unknown if any of the combatants were hit.

'Microsoft tech support' scammer recorded threatening to kill man

Nelson - In a scam that has defrauded Canadians to the tune of $347 million dollars, scammers are resorting to unnerving tactics, including threatening a man in British Columbia with death. That's what happened to Jakob Dulisse, who decided to be proactive.

Man who slashed more than 150 car tires identified by RCMP

North Vancouver - The man who is believed to be responsible for the December 4th, 2014, tire-slashing escapade has been identified today by the RCMP using security footage.

RCMP reports of perilous trap found at high-school in Richmond

Richmond - A dangerous trap constructed out of nails was found yesterday at the Steveston-London Secondary school, which had the authorities and staff on alert.

RCMP seek public help to solve murder of 15-year-old Surrey boy

A Surrey teen was killed in the early hours of Saturday and the RCMP say they are looking for the public to help them in finding those responsible. They are asking anyone who heard or witnessed anything that may be connected to the crime to contact them.

Op-Ed: Canadian prairie church's Christmas tree stolen

A two-metre Christmas tree destined for a church in Southey, an hour out of Regina, was stolen on Thursday. Thieves brazenly made a daylight raid over the lunch hour and had a lot of gall, likely targeting the biggest tree.

Op-Ed: RCMP report warns environmentalists more of a risk than jihadists

Ottawa - RCMP's critical intelligence team in a 22 page report obtained by Carleton University criminologist Jeff Monaghan under the Freedom of Information act claimed that radical environmentalists are a clear and present threat to the Canadian energy sector.

Op-Ed: Stephen Harper is wrong about missing women inquiry

Whitehorse - Prime Minister Stephen Harper claims the high number of missing and murdered aboriginal women is a crime problem, not a sociological problem, and no inquiry is needed. He is flat out wrong.

Mountie who witnessed Greyhound bus beheading commits suicide

Winnipeg - A retired Mountie who witnessed Vincent Li stab and behead a fellow passenger on a Greyhound bus in 2008 has taken his own life. The former dog handler had been suffering from PTSD.

Op-Ed: Ontario police background checks — damaging people's lives by law

Toronto - Revelations in the Toronto Star recently have highlighted serious problems with police background check information which has exposed people to employment discrimination and other malfeasances.

Moncton shooting suspect Justin Bourque apprehended by RCMP

Moncton - At 12:10 a.m. AT Friday, the manhunt came to an end. Justin Bourque, the Moncton resident suspected of killing three Canadian police officers and wounding two others, is in police custody.

Two RCMP officers recorded mocking domestic assault complainant

Halifax - After a Nova Scotia RCMP officer left a voicemail for a domestic assault complainant, the phone was not properly disconnected. The woman heard two officers making fun of her and questioning whether the incident really happened.

Six Ontario residents charged in massive $200 million fraud

Toronto - Six men are in custody for what is being called a "fraudulent investment scheme" whereby people purchased illegitimate business losses in order to obtain income tax write-offs. The major victim of the fraud was the Canadian government.

Children of serial killer Pickton's victims settle lawsuit

Vancouver - Lawyers for the families announced the city of Vancouver and the province of British Columbia have agreed to pay $50,000 to each of the 13 children of women murdered by serial killer Robert Pickton who was arrested in 2002.

Former Mountie charged with sexually assaulting teen boys

A 58-year-old man is facing eight counts of sexually assaulting teen boys in the 1970s and 80s while he coached baseball and hockey.

Road rage leads to shot fired into SUV carrying 5 children

Edmonton - In what is being called an extreme case of road rage, a shot was fired into a vehicle carrying five children and two adults just west of Edmonton, Alberta.

RCMP release video of suspect who threw acid in woman's face

Surrey - Although the acid attack took place in September, the RCMP in Surrey, British Columbia are just now releasing surveillance video and pictures of three suspects, one of whom is believed to be the perpetrator.

Lesbian head of Alberta RCMP says force treated her with respect

During the change-of-command ceremony in Edmonton Wednesday, the new head of the Alberta RCMP, the first lesbian to lead the province's mounties, spoke of how well the force has treated her. Comm. Marianne Ryan fought tears to thank the RCMP.

Canadian accused of trying to pass shipbuilding secrets to China

Loose lips may sink ships, but being accused of allegedly passing information of a sensitive nature involving procurement and design of ships and other projects to foreign governments is very serious.

Global 'Frackdown' protests begin tomorrow

A global protest against the controversial method of retrieving shale oil known as fracking is set to take place. Most of the events are scheduled to take place in the US and Europe, but protests are also scheduled in Australia, South America, and Africa.

Calgary RCMP arrest three in 'mystery shopper scam' mail fraud

Calgary - A couple from Calgary and a man from Cochrane, Ontario face several charges in a 'mystery shopping scam' police began investigating in 2011. The scam was directed at Americans.

RCMP seek high-risk sex offender who cut off monitoring bracelet

Lloydminster - According to the RCMP, Michael Stanley removed his monitoring bracelet and fled. The 48-year-old is described as a potentially violent high-risk sex offender.

Mounties issue warning about Internet extortion scam

Richmond - The RCMP in Richmond, British Columbia issued the warning after four young men complained of being blackmailed after exposing themselves on webcams.

RCMP ask public to use social media to help find sexual predator

Fredericton - Although the video has been on the Internet since 2005, police throughout North America have been unable to identify the man seen abusing a little girl. RCMP in New Brunswick are now asking for the public's help.
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Robert Dziekanski, a landed immigrant from Poland is seen on this framegrab from a video taken by Paul Pritchard, at the arrivals area of the Vancouver airport on October 14, 2007.
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The roads are tricky enough to operate without using your phone while driving.
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White Lincoln MKX SUV similar to one wanted in road rage, attempted murder investigation
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File photo: The RCMP unit
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Under the rain and the sun, thousands of members of the police force across Ontario gathered at Queen's Park in Toronto to remember the fallen.
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Members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police ride through Ottawa
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Anyone who recognizes this man is asked to call their local police or Crime Stoppers
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RCMP officer posing as a street person
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Under the rain and the sun  thousands of members of the police force across Ontario gathered at Quee...
Under the rain and the sun, thousands of members of the police force across Ontario gathered at Queen's Park in Toronto to remember the fallen.
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Ecstasy pills from RCMP arrest
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Under the rain and the sun  thousands of members of the police force across Ontario gathered at Quee...
Under the rain and the sun, thousands of members of the police force across Ontario gathered at Queen's Park in Toronto to remember the fallen.
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Dziekanski with his arms at his side and nothing in his hands as RCMP officers first confront him
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Under the rain and the sun  thousands of members of the police force across Ontario gathered at Quee...
Under the rain and the sun, thousands of members of the police force across Ontario gathered at Queen's Park in Toronto to remember the fallen.
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Residents on the fourth floor of an apartment building in Alberta were forced to evacuate on Sunday afternoon.
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Chiheb Esseghaier, 30, is one of two men charged by RCMP with terrorism-related activities
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RCMP photo of the one-kilogram package of opium and the original box in which it was mailed.
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Under the rain and the sun  thousands of members of the police force across Ontario gathered at Quee...
Under the rain and the sun, thousands of members of the police force across Ontario gathered at Queen's Park in Toronto to remember the fallen.
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Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
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