RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki makes her way to the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security, in Ottawa on Oct. 31, 2022. PHOTO BY ADRIAN WYLD /The Canadian Press

Brenda Lucki ended the year with apologies and stark calls for her to resign. By her own assessment, she ‘dropped the ball’ four times

by Adrian Humphreys

National Post

February 16, 2023

On May 23, the RCMP will mark its 150th anniversary without Commissioner Brenda Lucki at the helm. Even with missing that important milestone for the federal police force, her announcement she is stepping down still isn’t surprising.

Any traction she had hoped to build in her desire to reform and remake the troubled force was mired by complaints, tragedies, inquiries, scandals and commissions.

She ended the year with apologies, open questions whether she would resign, and stark calls for her to do it.

She was denounced by freedom convoy protesters and environmental protesters alike; she was described as “a wounded leader” by Canada’s top civil and “unforgivable” by a provincial justice minister.

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  1. Yeah, since interference into investigations so the liberal party isn’t connected to dozens of dead bodies in Nova Scotia or investigating people dropping dead across the country or investigating the bioweapons lab at the university of BC… That’s just business as usual for Ham Sandwich covering for a dictatorship that never has to be held accountable for anything, huh?

    Makes you wonder if the POEC report won’t be all flowers and rainbows as expected since the rats are already bailing before the report is out.