bob paulson

Why RCMP tactics—not weapons—failed against Justin Bourque

Justin Bourque killed three RCMP constables in Moncton in 2014—and with the national police force now on trial, a key point is being missed

Fixing the RCMP: an open letter to the next commissioner

Park your ego. Embrace an officers’ union. A former RCMP watchdog weighs in on how to lead the scandal-plagued Mounties

A harassed Mountie prevails

Finding of “outrageous” conduct by RCMP bosses vindicates Sgt. Peter Merrifield, and may spur RCMP union drive

An ugly homicide number we need to discuss

Aboriginal people account for a disproportionate share of homicide victims and accused murderers, a reality Canada must confront in order to halt the violence

Who will pay for the RCMP’s epic failure?

The careers and lives of women in the RCMP were ruined. Yet an apologetic RCMP refuses to truly be accountable.

Head of RCMP: ‘We failed you. We hurt you. I am truly sorry.’

For the record, RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson’s apology

Paulson’s complaint of harassment made in error, says senior Mountie

Case was ‘miscommunicated’, says senior RCMP officer

The RCMP’s latest harassment complainant?

Charlie Gillis on why Canada’s top Mountie may be recalled to testify at one of the force’s messiest trials.

The little court case that turned into a tire fire for the RCMP

Inside an Ontario courtroom, a seemingly inconsequential trial is getting bigger as the months roll by. So are its consequences.

A troubling inconsistency at the Merrifield RCMP trial

Charlie Gillis on the latest from the civil trial of Sgt. Peter Merrifield

What we could learn from the Michael Zehaf-Bibeau video

Michael Friscolanti on why it’s taken so long for the RCMP to put out the Ottawa gunman’s video manifesto, which will be released Friday

Judge orders Bob Paulson to testify at RCMP trial

RCMP commissioner might be victim of poisonous rumours, say lawyers. But what did he know, and when did he know it?