Mistaken Raid Costs $195K

Environment Canada has paid $195,000 to settle out of court with a family-run business over a mistaken raid by RCMP and wildlife officers. Lawyers argued the department owed a “duty of care” to protect the public from overzealous federal agents: ‘It was based on speculation, innuendo and half-truths.”

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