cbc investigates Investigators and Vancouver police union in 'battle of wills' over fatal takedown

CBC News has learned the 19 month investigation into death of Myles Gray at the hands of Vancouver Police has been stalled by a battle between the police union and the Independent Investigations Office. The union says its members have lost confidence in the IIO ‘100 per cent’. The civilian body says the union is misrepresenting the facts. Mar 17

cbc investigates Raindrops cost B.C. man his passport

A little-known passport office rule will be costly for Wen Sheng Li, who will only get temporary passports after losing one and getting rain drops on another as he was going through a border checkpoint in B.C. Mar 15

cbc investigates Creep Busters ambush of man with mental disability called 'vigilantism'

A branch of Creep Catchers and the related group Creep Busters are once again under fire — accused of teaming up to wrongly target and publicly humiliate a developmentally-delayed man. Mar 05 video

cbc investigates Psychiatrist alleges RCMP's 'attempt to bully' him shows historic sexual harassment apology hollow

A Vancouver psychiatrist says despite the RCMP's public apology to hundreds of female staffers for decades of sexual harassment, the force is still denying some of his patients' claims of abuse and sexual misconduct and trying to fire two of them. Mar 01 video

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