It also affected mobile computer workstations in RCMP police cruisers and two other crucial internal RCMP databases, sources told CBC News.
Montreal's police chief has drawn up a plan to overhaul the "culture" of his scandal-plagued force, and it has the backing of officials in both Quebec Citу and Citу Hall.
Details of the plan won't be made public until March 31, Maуor Denis Coderre said Sundaу. But the
“Since I [have been the] director, I told everybody I don’t have any specific team. I’m working for the organization for the benefit of the citizens,” he said.
Radio-Canada has learned the suspended officer is Costa Labos, the former head of internal affairs at the Montreal police service.
But this is not business as usual.
The incident saw 12 cars overturn on the railway in Sturgeon County, northwest of Edmonton at about 2 p.m.
The matter is being treated as suspicious and the Southeast District Major Crimes Unit is leading the investigation. The B.C. Coroners Service was also on scene.
Quebec’s Bill 62, requiring people to show their faces when they give or receive public services, became law this week.
The 25-year-old pleaded guilty Friday morning to a charge of failing to provide the necessaries of life.