Back in 2009, when we were fighting for the passage of Bill C-301, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police came out in favour of the bill and against civilian gun owners. Many gun owners were displeased with that attitude
Orion Hutchinson was a young man with a bright future until RCMP Corporal Monty Robinson killed him after having 6 drinks at a party. Now Robinson’s much-anticipated sentencing for obstruction of justice in Orion Hutchinson’s death will be delayed until
Let me first state that if you came here expecting to read me bashing the RCMP over another Charter violation, you’re going to be disappointed. You are correct in your presumption that when I’m writing about the RCMP and Charter
Current RCMP boss William Elliott never stood a chance. Appointed in the wake of such stellar examples of RCMP integrity as former RCMP Commissioner Giuliano Zaccardelli, Elliott was brought in to try and save the RCMP from itself. The very
Dave Eby, the executive director of the BC Civil Liberties Association, held a weekend workshop in Prince George two weeks ago. It was part of his tour of northern and interior towns to educate people on their rights, how to
Grey Mountain shooting range in Whitehorse, Yukon, was the site for the longest running international shooting competition, known simply as “The Shoot”. It’s an annual shooting competition between the RCMP and Alaska State Police has been running for 50 years.
Imagine this scenario. You retired from the RCMP after 29 years of service with the rank of Staff Sergeant. You returned as a civilian firearms trainer at the RCMP Regina Depot facility. You have full access to the RCMP’s ammunition