Justin Bourque

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

Justin Bourque to serve 75 years before parole eligibility

Harshest sentence in Canada since the last executions in 1962

Stories we’re watching: Guilty plea in the Moncton RCMP murders

And other top stories making headlines this afternoon

The RCMP, the C8 and Moncton: The Commissioner responds

Top Mountie Bob Paulson sends email to members about Maclean’s article on arming RCMP

Tough questions about the Moncton shootings

The RCMP commissioner promises a thorough review, but should the Mounties be investigating themselves?

The untold story of Justin Bourque

He was a middle-class kid from a devout Christian family. Two years ago, his disturbing descent began and now three Mounties are dead.

Media, motives and mass shootings

Does coverage encourage copycats? The experts are divided.

One question in the wake of Moncton massacre: Why?

A team of Maclean’s writers turned to friends, family and social media to chart the downward spiral of the man accused of killing three Mounties