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Catherine Galliford, seen in a file photo talking about the Robert Pickton case. CBC

B.C. Mountie alleges years of sexual harassment

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CBC News
Posted: Nov 7, 2011 5:57 PM PT
Last Updated: Nov 7, 2011 7:44 PM PT

CBC News has learned that one of B.C.'s highest profile Mounties says she's suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after years of sexual harassment.

Cpl. Catherine Galliford was the face of the B.C. RCMP for years. During her tenure as the RCMP's spokesperson, Galliford announced the arrest of Robert William Pickton and revealed charges had been laid in the Air India bombing

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Photographs by Jake Wright, The Hill Times
Let's talk: Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Walter Natynczyk and Defence Minister Peter MacKay launched a national campaign to shed light on psychological stresses in the Canadian Forces.

MPs push government to take action on PTSD in Canadian Forces Some four per cent of Canadian Forces indicated signs of PTSD, 4.2 per cent depression, and 5.8 per cent either PTSD or depression.

The Hill Times
By CYNTHIA MÜNSTER
Published July 20, 2009

The upper echelon of the Canadian Forces last month launched a national campaign to shed light on post traumatic stress disorder, but Liberal MP Bryon Wilfert says Canadian soldiers returning home from Afghanistan with operational stress injuries and PTSD, in particular, are falling through the cracks of the system and the government still hasn't officially responded to the Defence Committee PTSD report.
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Stress disorder on rise in RCMP

CBC Reports
RCMP officers examine the wreckage of a plane that crashed in Richmond, B.C., in July, killing two people. RCMP officers have increasingly been suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, some afflicted after witnessing scenes like these. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press)
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CBC Fifth Estate: Broken Heroes

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Haiti quake survivors at risk for post-traumatic stress disorder

The Vancouver Times
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