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RCMP not using Pegasus, Ethics committee upset with lack of information

News | 08/08/2022 6:50 pm EDT
RCMP deputy commissioner of specialized policy services Bryan Larkin testified before the House of Commons Ethics committee on Aug. 8, 2022./ photo via ParlVu

The RCMP are not deploying the Pegasus system to conduct surveillance on organized crime and terrorism suspects, the force and the minister responsible told the House of Commons Ethics committee Monday, but members of the committee gave the Mounties a tongue-lashing for being less than forthcoming with information.

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