(Globe and Mail) – Brian Sauvé, the head of the RCMP’s national union, says criticism of police actions connected to the Nova Scotia mass shooting that left 22 people dead in April 2020 have been unfair, and that the force’s handling of the initial attack was an “almost textbook response.”

Mr. Sauvé, president of the National Police Federation, was pushing back against those who say RCMP mistakes may have contributed to the shooting, during which a killer went on a 13-hour rampage while dressed as a Mountie and driving a look-alike RCMP vehicle.

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