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High-end goods stolen from Coquitlam home

Coquitlam burglars seem to have some high-end tastes.

RCMP there are investigating a residential break-in that netted thieves thousands of dollars worth of  jewelery and goods including Tiffany earrings, a Rolex watch and Louis Vuitton purse. 70 more words


'Naked Mountie' guilty of gun charges despite police rights violation

A retired RCMP officer-turned-gun-trafficker has been found guilty of possessing an arsenal of illegal weapons that included machine guns and anti-personnel landmines, but he might receive a vastly reduced sentence after a judge found police violated his rights by illegally detaining him for more than two weeks without laying any charges. 757 more words

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RCMP: Mental Health Strategy?

So, out of the blue, our Commish announces that the Member Employee Assistance Program is to cease and desist. But worry not folks, we have something else in mind to take its place. 205 more words

Mental Health Issues

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Mike Duffy charged Senate for travel expenses to funerals: RCMP

Sen. Mike Duffy allegedly charged the Senate for personal travel to funerals, and disbursed money to three people for what the RCMP calls illegitimate expenses, under the guise of consulting contracts, according to new court documents. 702 more words


Full Pundit: A simple plan for a weaker Senate


Adventures in Canadian democracy
Simply by deleting two words in the Constitution Act, Postmedia’s Andrew Coyne believes we can effectively neuter the Senate: “It shall be lawful for the Queen, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate and House of Commons, to make Laws for the Peace, Order, and good Government of Canada.” No Meech Lake, no Charlottetown, no need for Quebec to be on board. 1,156 more words

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Thirty-one charges, $200,000: The RCMP's file on Mike Duffy

The RCMP’s criminal case against Sen. Mike Duffy emphasizes two figures: 31, the total number of charges Duffy faces; and $200,000, the value of the alleged frauds.  785 more words


Maher: Final act of the Mike Duffy mess looks unpleasant for the prime minister

In December, 2012, when my Postmedia News colleague Glen McGregor did the first story about Mike Duffy’s housing expenses, he interviewed Conservative Sen. David Tkachuk who said there was no reason for Duffy not to claim expenses for his Ottawa home. 819 more words