The RCMP also provide provincial policing in eight of Canada's provinces all except Ontario and Quebec and local policing on a contract basis in the three territories Northwest Territories , Nunavut , and Yukon and more than municipalities, Indigenous communities, and three international airports. As Canada's national police service, the RCMP are primarily responsible for enforcing federal laws throughout Canada, whereas general law and order including the enforcement of the Criminal Code and applicable provincial legislation is constitutionally the responsibility of the provinces and territories. Larger cities may form their own municipal police departments. The other eight provinces contract policing responsibilities to the RCMP, which provides front-line policing in those provinces under the direction of the provincial governments. When Newfoundland joined the confederation in , the RCMP entered the province and absorbed the then- Newfoundland Ranger Force , which patrolled most of Newfoundland's rural areas.
Fruit machine (homosexuality test)
A tale of two Mounties: Surrey RCMP officer writes about LGBT purge | CTV News
The RCMP has been getting a lot of flack lately, including in this space, on issues such the way they've handled sexual harassment within the force and in-custody injuries and deaths. I'm talking about an impressive video posted on YouTube as part of the It Gets Better project that aims to help young gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered men and women deal with the stresses and prejudices they face. In what must have taken a lot of courage, several Mounties, flanked by a Canadian flag and the iconic red serge jacket and stetson hat, relate what it was like to come to terms with their sexual orientation. As the Globe and Mail reported Tuesday, the officers provided often emotional accounts about when they realized their sexual orientation, episodes of bullying at school and the reactions of their families when they finally came out. Robert Ploughman says in the video. Russel Olsen says in the video. Interestingly, the Mounties don't say anything in the video about how their fellow officers reacted to their sexual orientation.
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Gay Canadian Mounties to marry in uniform
After taking a sustained public beating as a haven for sexists and misogynists, the RCMP is basking in a good-news story about its evolution towards true diversity — the first openly gay woman to head the force in Alberta. Canada's national police force is still battling lawsuits filed by dozens of current and former members who allege sexual harassment and worse made their working lives a living hell. But it should be admitted when it comes to homosexuality, the Mounties seem to have come a long way from the days they employed a "fruit machine" that was supposed to ferret out gays on the force and elsewhere in the federal public service in the s.
The subjects were made to view pornography ; the device then measured the diameter of the pupils of the eyes pupillary response test , perspiration, and pulse for a supposed erotic response. The "fruit machine" was employed in Canada in the s and s during a campaign to eliminate all gay men from the civil service, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police RCMP , and the military. A substantial number of workers did lose their jobs. Although funding for the "fruit machine" project was cut off in the late s, the investigations continued, and the RCMP collected files on over 9, "suspected" gay people. The chair employed resembled that used by dentists.