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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
(GRC), literally ‘Royal Gendarmerie of Canada’; colloquially known as Mounties, and internally as ‘The Force’) is the national police force of Canada, and one of the most recognized of its kind in the world. It is unique in the world as a national, federal, provincial and municipal policing body. The RCMP provides federal policing service to all of Canada and policing services under contract to the three territories, eight provinces (the RCMP does not serve as provincial or municipal police in Ontario and Quebec), more than 190 municipalities, 184 Aboriginal communities and three international airports. - Source: Wikipedia
Royal Canadian Mounted Police kicked off an investigation into a stash of pumpkins stuffed with pounds of cocaine that were discovered at the border.
An anti-fracking protest in Rexton, New Brunswick, turned violent Thursday after Royal Canadian Mounted Police peppered protesters with rubber bullets and demonstrators torched cop cars.
Four members of the Hells Angels have been arrested in northwest Spain for allegedly smuggling 1,100 pounds of cocaine into the county with the aim of distributing it, the Interior Ministry said in a statement Saturday.
Canadian authorities have arrested a man and a woman who were suspected of plotting a pressure-cooker bomb attack at the legislative building in British Columbia.
Canadian authorities formally charged two men Tuesday with "receiving support from al Qaeda elements in Iran" in a plot to attack a passenger train traveling between Canada and the U.S.
Two men were arrested Monday in Canada after a cross-border operation thwarted a major terrorist attack, authorities said.
A Dodge Caravan with California license plates and a dozen passengers zipped across the border between Vermont and Quebec in October, heading north in a southbound lane unblocked by traffic.
Authorities are searching the woods in northern British Columbia for a documentary filmmaker from Ohio.
A Korean Air Boeing 777 en route from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Seoul was diverted to a nearby Canadian military base after the airline's U.S. call center received a bomb threat.
Within minutes after the Boeing 737-200 passenger jet slammed into a hill in Canada's remote Arctic region, military helicopters were landing at the crash site to evacuate the three survivors of the crash that killed 12 people. In an unlikely coincidence, several hundred military personnel in the region preparing for a mock airliner crash training exercise suddenly found themselves plunged into a real rescue mission.
Winnipeg Jets center Rick Rypien was found dead in his home Monday, nine months after he took a leave of absence to deal with an undisclosed personal matter.
Relatives thronged an airport in southern Pakistan on Sunday to greet passengers whose flight from Canada was diverted to Sweden after a baseless report that a man aboard had explosives. Canadian officials investigated whether someone with a grudge called in the threat.
Hurricane Igor's winds strengthened as parts of the storm made landfall in eastern Canada on Tuesday. In the Pacific, a new tropical storm formed and was headed near a popular tourist area in Mexico.
The defense attorney for one of four suspects in an alleged terror plot accused police on Monday of detaining his client on unrelated charges to further their terrorism investigation.
A man who appeared on Canada's version of "American Idol" was the third person arrested as part of a suspected plot against targets in Canada and abroad, police said Thursday.