Former Alberta premier Alison Redford won't face any charges over her spending while she held the province's top job, the RCMP has ruled.
The inquiry began last fall, when the Mounties were forwarded a report by the auditor general that was highly critical of Redford and her office.
Auditor Merwan Saher said in the report last summer that he found examples of inappropriate spending on government planes and travel. He concluded that Redford and her office used public resources for personal and partisan purposes.
Here's a look at the turmoil that surrounded Redford in her final months as a politician: