In addition, parties have committed to enter into exploratory discussions to address outstanding concerns regarding members of the Canadian Armed Forces, veterans, RCMP and FNI members or members of other Mi’kmaq organizations who were named in the agreement and denied Founding Membership. Individuals affected by the exploratory discussions will be contacted once further information becomes available. The review of the Enrolment Process is a result of the May 8, Federal Court decision on the David Wells and Sandra Wells case, which deemed the requirement for proof of self-identification to the Mi’kmaq community pre-dating to be unreasonable and unenforceable. Therefore, these individuals will have the right to request reassessment of their application and to submit additional documentation for the self-identification criterion. Individuals affected by the Wells decision will be contacted by mail in January with information on how to submit additional documents to have their application reassessed. Those who wish to have their applications reviewed will be asked to submit the form and documents with a postmark no later than days after receipt of their letter. Quotes “The creation of the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation is an important step towards reconciliation and the recognition of Newfoundland’s Mi’kmaq People. Canada and the Federation of Newfoundland Indians will continue to work in close collaboration throughout the implementation of the Federal Court’s decision, in the spirit of upholding the integrity of founding membership. Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations “I encourage all those who are eligible to submit additional documentation regarding the self-id criteria to do so.
Feb 27th, The head of the Mounties in B. Trent Richards of the Shawnigan Lake detachment for having sex while on duty and using RCMP equipment — police cruisers and computers — to seek out sexual encounters as recently as
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Richmond RCMP issue warning after dating app users assaulted, robbed Posted on September 11, Alleged attacks stemming from dating app meetups prompt RCMP warning Richmond RCMP are warning users of the dating app Tantan to be diligent after one person was assaulted and another was abducted and robbed over the weekend. The first incident occurred on September 8, Police said that Shortly after 7 am, a year-old man from Richmond arranged a meeting at a residence in southwest Richmond with another user whom he believed to be female using the moniker, Stephanie.
A year-old man from Vancouver arranged to meet a Tantan user by the name of Stephanie as well, at a residence in central Richmond. When the man arrived, he was allegedly approached by three suspects, one of whom produced a knife. The suspects then abducted the victim, transported him using the victims vehicle to a bank in the block of No. The victim was then robbed and personal effects — including his clothing — were taken. He was later released. Police are warning the public to exercise caution whenever Tantan or other similar dating apps are used.
These two incidents in such close proximity are highly concerning to police. Both men were using Tantan, an app similar to Tinder, to meet someone they believed was called Stephanie. One of the men arranged to meet “Stephanie” in southwest Richmond on Saturday. Two suspects approached and assaulted the year-old victim while he was waiting around 7 a. RCMP said three suspects approached him when he arrived, one armed with a knife.
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The lack of front-line officers is leading to stress, burnout and even to departures for other police forces, these members say. It’s going to be years,” he said. The RCMP says 6. In a detachment of four people, for example, not back-filling someone who goes on family leave increases work for the remaining officers by 33 per cent.
Jun 25, 4: Todd Gray claims he faced bullying and harassment and was forced to ride in the horse trailer as a member of the RCMP Musical Ride in the late s. Two veteran male RCMP officers are the lead plaintiffs. They recount workplace horror stories and health problems they claim stem from pervasive and “systematic bullying, intimidation and harassment” within the force, according to the page suit filed Friday in Federal Court.
In an exclusive interview, Staff Sgt. Geoffrey Greenwood recalled the fallout he says he endured after reporting allegations of bribery and corruption against fellow drug officers in The new lawsuit seeks compensation for potentially tens of thousands of people, on a force that has 29, employees, not to mention thousands more dating back decades.
If the court certifies it as a class action, it could cover anyone who has ever worked for the RCMP and suffered what former commissioner Bob Paulson acknowledged in was a “culture of bullying and intimidation and general harassment. Officer claims he was ‘villainized’ Sgt. Greenwood’s troubles began in when he was based in Yellowknife, N. He was leading a major drug and money-laundering investigation across the North.
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In a toughly worded report Monday , the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP said the force lacks both the will and the capacity to address the challenges that afflict its workplaces. The commission urged the government to usher in civilian governance or oversight for the paramilitary-style police force. A second federal report released Monday, a review by former auditor general Sheila Fraser of four harassment lawsuits from female members, also called for substantial reforms.
From Alberta RCMP Media Relations: The Edmonton Police Service has charged Vincent Noseworthy, 39, in connection to a sexual assault and believes there may be additional complainants.. On Sunday, Oct. 14, , an adult female reported to police that she had been sexually assaulted by a male, identified as Vincent Noseworthy, on Tuesday, Aug. 14,
Published Monday, January 22, 3: Police said in each of the cases, the female victims were initially reported missing in Alberta, but police later determined they were the victims of homicide. The cases highlighted Monday date back more than 30 years, with the three victims ranging in age from years-old to years-old, and none of them have been found. Police said she had a seven kilometre walk between the two homes, which she had done a number of times before.
RCMP searches in the area turned up nothing, except for some of her belongings which were found along the Athabasca River near Hinton. Investigators believe she was killed and they continue to search for her remains. She failed to call in on the morning of August 26, Colleagues went to her cabin — and called RCMP. Evidence there led police to believe she had been killed, and despite searches in the area, she was not found.
Police said the friend reported that was unusual, as MacNeil had made a habit of contacting her a number of times a day.
B.C. father charged in deaths of two young daughters and wife
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London RCMP have charged a man in a fraud case they say bilked about people out of more than $6 million. RCMP began their investigation last April when a London resident alerted the RCMP to an.
RCMP It started with a Facebook conversation with a stranger, then progressed to Skype exchanges, declarations of affection and promises to meet up in person. The victims are largely in their mid s to late 50s, with each gender as likely to fall prey to scams, said Sgt. It hurts their pride as well,” he said. Over time, those expenses ballooned and he began asking for tens of thousands of dollar at a time, vowing to reimburse her, she said. She grew suspicious in September of last year when they made plans to meet in Toronto but he never showed up, claiming he’d been detained in the Ivory Coast after getting caught with an ivory bracelet meant for her.
The financial loss has meant pushing back retirement, said Louise, adding the bank put limits on her credit. She has also had to leave her home in Fort MacMurray, Alta. The experience has caused Louise tremendous stress and made her far more vigilant online, she said. Scammers create fake online profiles in order to gain someone’s trust then ask for money, often claiming to be faced with an emergency, RCMP said.
That can involve fake social media profiles as well as those on dating sites or apps. Some red flags to watch for include someone professing their love before meeting in person, or claiming to be from the same town but working overseas, which may be a setup to ask for money later, the force said.
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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) has a history dating back to and has been In RCMP Constable Michael Ferguson fatally shot local resident Darren Varley after being In , a northern Manitoba RCMP officer took an intoxicated woman he had arrested out of a cell.
The new head of the national police force says she brings the same philosophy to the top job, drawing on more than three decades of experience as a Mountie. The Canadian Press Lucki, 53, took the reins of the storied institution on April 16, becoming the 24th RCMP commissioner and the first permanent female boss. Lucki agrees with the push for change, but also staunchly defends the force. At a news conference Monday with Goodale, Lucki signalled willingness to consider the idea of a civilian board of management for the RCMP — a measure many have recommended over the years to provide general direction to the force and bolster public accountability.
Goodale said the notion was under consideration. She inherits a force still grappling with ingrained problems of bullying and harassment. A year and a half ago, her predecessor, Bob Paulson, delivered an apology to hundreds of current and former female officers and employees who were subjected to discrimination and harassment dating back as far as four decades. Story continues below advertisement The words of regret came as the force settled class-action lawsuits stemming from allegations that cast a dark pall over it.
It takes time to trust, it takes time to build those relationships.