"As a precondition to the [province] entering into new policing arrangements with the RCMP in 2012," B.C. will contractually require the Mounties to comply with its own polices, rules and procedures regarding the use of CEWs [tasers]. The Mounties could refuse to comply, but this seems unlikely; after all, B.C. is their biggest customer. They will have to follow new rules regarding Taser use and training, or leave. [LINK]
And once they accept these rules in BC, then they'll have little justification for not implementing them across Canada. Assuming they're even offered the choice by the provincial ministers.
And thus follows all of Canada. Domino theory.
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