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CALGARY SUN: DAMAGE CLAIMS FROM RCMP’S HIGH RIVER GUN GRAB TOTAL $2.3 MILLION – A Freedom of Information request, shows at least $2.3 million in claims were paid out by the province to residents in High River as direct result of damage caused by the RCMP, with the average payout per home totalling $1,573. By Michael Platt, Calgary Sun – Monday, June 13, 2016 http://www.calgarysun.com/2016/06/13/damage-claims-from-rcmps-high-river-gun-grab-total-23-million https://dennisryoung.ca/2015/11/19/the-mounties-kicked-in-how-many-doors-in-high-river/

POLLS CONDUCTED IN HIGH RIVER BY THE NATIONAL FIREARMS ASSOCIATION: September 9, 2016: Less than half of High River residents trust the RCMP to protect their homes and property in the event of another emergency evacuation. https://dennisryoung.ca/2016/09/10/4th-nfa-high-river-poll-trust-in-the-rcmp-still-broken-three-years-after-flood/  September 5, 2015: 48% of High River respondents want Premier Notley to call a judicial inquiry. https://nfa.ca/media-release-poll-shows-half-of-high-river-residents-want-judicial-inquiry/  March 9, 2015: 67% of High River respondents do not support RCMP entering their homes in a future emergency. https://nfa.ca/public-believes-police-actions-at-high-river-unnecessary-3/  August 7, 2014: 53% of High River respondents would refuse orders to evacuate their homes in the event of another flood. https://nfa.ca/poll-of-high-river-residents-shows-a-dismal-lack-of-trust-in-rcmp-2/