Cpl. Galliford has mixed feelings about exposing RCMP harassment

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Last November, Cpl. Catherine Galliford told CBC News of the constant sexual advances and mistreatment she faced while working as the public face of the RCMP in B.C. (CBC)
It's been a year since CBC news first broke the story about sexual harassment in the RCMP.

That's when Cpl. Catherine Galliford spoke out about her own experiences and the larger problem. The former police spokesperson says constant sexual advances and mistreatment made her sick.

Since then, several more women have come forward.

The RCMP is facing multiple lawsuits, a federal investigation is underway and Ottawa is about to amend the RCMP act.

So it's time to do a reality check on what's changed in the force over the last year and how those women are doing today.

CBC's Natalie Clancy broke this story and spoke with Daybreak host, Shelley Joyce.
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