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The Sea To Sky Gondola Crashed Down Last Night After Someone Cut The Cable Again (VIDEO)

RCMP say it was intentionally cut and are looking for answers.

One of B.C.'s most iconic tourism attractions is crippled again after someone cut the Sea to Sky gondola cable overnight, but luckily it appears no one has been injured as the operation wasn't running at the time. 

At about 4 a.m. on Monday, September 14, the RCMP got a call from the team at the gondola and they confirmed that the cable had been deliberately severed

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It's disheartening to see something like this happen again in our community.

Squamish RCMP

Just 13 months ago, in 2019, this was the site of vandalism.

The whole area has been shut down and they're asking people to stay clear of the popular hiking trails there while they work.*

Squamish RCMP asks that, if you noticed someone around the area including campers, people on the highway, or anything suspicious, you let them know; their investigation is still in its early stages.

*This article has been updated.

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An Ontario Man Said He Committed Terrorist Acts & His Charge Has Reportedly Been Dropped

Last year, he falsely claimed he was a member of a terrorist group in Syria.

An Ontario man who claimed he had joined a terrorist group just had his charges reportedly dropped.

In a news release posted on September 25, 2020, the RCMP had arrested and charged 26-year-old Shehroze Chaudhry from Burlington, Ontario, after he claimed he travelled to Syria in 2016 to join ISIS. Chaudhry also claimed he committed terrorist acts with them, and he was charged with hoax-terrorist activity.

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A Teenager Was Arrested By RCMP In Canada For Allegedly 'Swatting' Schools In The US

911 calls were made with someone claiming to be inside schools with a firearm.

An 18-year-old has been arrested by RCMP for allegedly "swatting" schools in the U.S. after 911 calls were made with someone claiming to be inside a school with a firearm.

In August, Manitoba RCMP's East District Crime Reduction Enforcement Support Team received a request to assist law enforcement agencies in the U.S., including the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation and Homeland Security Investigations, with two swatting incidents in Tennessee and two in North Carolina.

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The RCMP Is Hiring 'Security Analysts' Across Canada & You Can Earn Up To $91K A Year

You don't have to be a cop and you'll get a "Top Secret" security clearance!

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There are 13 RCMP jobs for the IT Security Analyst role available right now that don't even require you to be a cop to get hired.

With this position, the salary is from $75,129 to $91,953 a year and you'll get the RCMP's "Top Secret" security clearance. People living in Canada and Canadian citizens living abroad can apply.

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Scammers Are Legit Pretending To Be Mounties To Steal Cash & Identities From Canadians

Spoof callers are causing some serious issues for Ontarians.

It is time to screen your calls, folks — some scammers are sneakily "spoofing" an RCMP detachment phone number and are hustling personal information out of callers.

On Friday, the RCMP issued a public warning of fraudulent calls that are claiming to come directly from an RCMP detachment in London, Ontario.

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