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An RCMP officer, Wednesday, May 23, 2007.

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As the furor over the B.C. RCMP contract negotiations intensifies, the province's former solicitor-general and once chief of West Vancouver police, Kash Heed MLA joins Globe columnist Gary Mason took your questions.

Does the province need the RCMP? Or is it time to bring back a provincial force?

Read the earlier discussion below:

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