Thousands Attend Slain Canadian Officers' Funeral
RCMP pallbearers carried the flag-draped coffins of three slain officers – constables Fabrice Georges Gevaudan, Douglas James Larche and Dave Joseph Ross – into the Moncton Coliseum. Read Story Here.
WatchGuard Video to Supply In-Car Video for Major Canadian Agency
a standing offer to supply the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) with 4RE HD in-car video systems for three years, plus two option years, for a total estimated value of $20.34 million. This standing offer is expected to update the in-car video capabilities of the RCMP fleet
Video: Thousands Attend Slain Canadian Officers' Funeral
Police and members of the public filled a hockey arena in Moncton on Tuesday for the regimental funeral of three New Brunswick Mounties killed in the line of duty, reports Global News and The Canadian Press.
RCMP pallbearers carried the flag-draped coffins of the slain officers
Canadian Cop Killer Suspect Still At Large
Police in Moncton, Canada, say finding and arresting a heavily armed man is their "top priority" after three RCMP officers were killed and two were wounded in shootings Wednesday night, reports the CBC.
Cpl. Chantal Farrah made the comment during a news
Canadian Officers Hunt Cop Killing Suspect
Police have commandeered armoured Brinks trucks as they search for a gunman believed to be hidden in the woods of a Moncton subdivision Thursday morning after three RCMP officers were shot dead and two wounded the night before.
The New Brunswick city of about 70,000 is under virtual lockdown with schools, government buildings and many private businesses closed as heavily armed RCMP
Canadian Cop Killer Suspect in Custody
in Moncton," RCMP superintendent Marlene Snowman said in a news conference on Friday.
Bourque is suspected of killing three RCMP officers and wounding two others in a Wednesday evening attack inside a Moncton subdivision. The officers were called to the scene by reports of a man with a gun walking down the street.
The names of the slain officers were also released this morning: Constable
Retired Mountie Kills Himself 6 Years After Responding to Bus Beheading
One of the first police officers on the scene of the beheading of a young man aboard a Greyhound bus on a Manitoba highway six years ago has taken his own life.
Ken Barker, a recently retired RCMP corporal who was a dog handler, killed himself last weekend after struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder for years, Winnipeg Free Press reports.
U.S.-Canadian Feds Foil al-Qaeda Train Plot
The two men arrested are not Canadian citizens. The RCMP accused the two men of conspiring to commit an "al-Qaeda supported" attack on the VIA Rail Canada passenger train.
The men were targeting a VIA passenger train heading north to Canada out of New York's Penn Station. Once the train had passed into Canada, the attack was to commence, sources told
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intoxication. Ferguson took Varley out to his car, put him in the back seat, and then he went back in the hospital to finish taking a statement from Tuckey. Left alone, Varley kicked out one of the cruiser's windows.Varley was transported to the Pincher Creek RCMP Detachment. He didn't go to jail easily. The cell watchman who was on duty when Ferguson arrived with his prisoner