Royal Canadian Mounted Police Commissioner Brenda Lucki is retiring from her post next month in what she called today a “personal decision.” Lucki has been accused of interfering in the RCMP’s investigation into the Nova Scotia killing spree to support the Liberals’ gun control plans and she was unable to address key details during her testimony before last year’s Public Order Emergency Commission, which releases its final report next week. True North’s Andrew Lawton says Lucki’s quiet exit means a lack of accountability for her shortcomings on the job.

Also, a new book by Marco Navarro-Genie and Barry Cooper casts a light on the “moral panic” that took hold of Canada over the Covid era. They join The Andrew Lawton Show live to talk about “Canada’s Covid: The Story of a Pandemic Moral Panic,” which is available on Amazon in its extended form.



  • Andrew Lawton

    A Canadian broadcaster and columnist, Andrew serves as a journalism fellow at True North and host of The Andrew Lawton Show.