The union representing RCMP members says the decision to allow heavy trucks to park near the parliamentary precinct as part of last winter’s convoy protests in Ottawa posed an unacceptable risk, according to documents tabled with the Emergencies Act inquiry.
Lawyers with the Public Order Emergency Commission interviewed two members of the National Police Federation in the summer, ahead of official hearings currently underway.
Both Dennis Miller, a 29-year veteran of the force on leave to serve as vice-president of the federation, and Steve Madden, a board member with the group who previously served with the RCMP for 16 years, including with the
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