Alberta aims to dismiss RCMP, create Alberta Provincial Police Service

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Jason Kenney’s government has made its first move to fire Justin Trudeau’s RCMP. 

A document uncovered by Rebel News outlines the government’s plan to hire an Alberta Provincial Police Service Transition Secretariat. 

According to the job posting, the secretariat is in charge of, “leading the oversight of the vendor contract for the operational requirements, processes and costs to transition from RCMP delivery of provincial and municipal policing services to a fully independent Alberta Provincial Police Service.” 

The move comes after months of suspicion that Jason Kenney was unhappy with the RCMP’s actions and deliverables in the province. 

The RCMP stood by as Kenney called for the railway blockades to end in early 2020, causing his government to urgently pass legislation specifically outlawing blockades of critical infrastructure.

The RCMP also watched passively as out of province Unifor radicals came to small towns in Alberta to put roadblocks around fuel hubs – causing fuel shortages in southern and central Alberta for rural farmers, truckers, and families.


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