RCMP will not appeal labour code conviction

February 8, 2018

The RCMP will not appeal its labour code conviction in connection with the June 2014 shootings in Moncton that left three officers dead and two other wounded.

RCMP officials announced last night that it will pay the $500,000 in penalties handed down after they were found guilty last September of failing to provide adequate equipment and training to its members who responded to the shootings.

Of the $500,000 penalty, $450,000 is in the form of donations for scholarships, an educational trust fund for the children of the officers killed, and to several organizations.

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