Honour House

        Canadian men and women in the Armed Forces and emergency services dedicate their lives to serving the citizens in Canada. In so doing, they make many sacrifices to help others.     When these same dedicated individuals are faced with a medical emergency or family crisis their focus shifts to their […]

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Larry Burden’s This Day In The RCMP

      The achievements and contributions of the Force have been built upon the individual contributions of many past Veterans. These contributions have largely been forgotten.         Veteran Sgt. Larry Burden ( #35982) served in “E” Division for 20 years has spent over ten years researching and summarizing these achievements by […]

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SOLVED: Help Identify: Unknown RCMP Dog Services Member

      For this week, Ric is seeking your assistance in identifying the unknown RCMP Dog Services members.           On December 20, 2014, we posted the following images of an unknown RCMP Dog handler and his dog. Today, we have confirmed the identify of the RCMP Police Service Dog hander […]

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John Stolarski’s Old Newspaper Clippings

      With the exception of his first two years in the Force, John Stolarski spent his entire career as a Police Dog Services handler.         Throughout this career, John clipped newspaper articles about members who he had worked with. Despite the fact that John has passed away, his family has […]

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The Lance And The Force

      The following is taken from the 1949 edition of the “Scarlet and Gold Magazine.” Author unknown.           The Force’s association with the lance, which it uses in tent-pegging, mounted sports, musical rides and other ceremonials, goes back to 1874. During the historic march across the [prairie that year, […]

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S/Sgt. Orrin Wells Evans – Reg.#328

    As for most members who join the Force, they were attracted to the organization for an opportunity to travel and experience some adventure.  One such individual was Orrin Evans. During his 29 years in the Force, Orrin had the opportunity to apply his skills and abilities to carry out a mammoth logistical challenge […]

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April 3 – 10: Gone But Not Forgotten

      When a RCMP Veteran passes away – their old colleagues pause for a moment to reflect on the good times they had and the memories they created.         Despite the times that deceased member was serving their communities and away from their families, the Veteran’s family members are extremely […]

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RNWMP Veterans: Distinguished Themselves In World War I

      After the end of World War I, the Force and its members had time to reflect back on the contributions and achievements made by various NWMP and RNWMP Veterans.           Between 1914 and 1918, over 2,500 RNWMP Veterans volunteered for military service.  Of this total, 146 were killed […]

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Veterans Submitted: Top Twelve Videos

      Over the past week, we have received many videos submitted by various Veterans from all across Canada.           Based on our review of these videos, we have selected the top twelve videos.  These videos are provided for your viewing pleasure.  Our Association does not support any comments or […]

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John Stolarski’s Old Newspaper Clippings

      With the exception of his first two years in the Force, John Stolarski spent his entire career as a Police Dog Services handler.         Throughout this career, John clipped newspaper articles about members who he had worked with. Despite the fact that John has passed away, his family has […]

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Larry Burden’s This Day In The RCMP

      The achievements and contributions of the Force have been built upon the individual contributions of many past Veterans. These contributions have largely been forgotten.         Veteran Sgt. Larry Burden ( #35982) served in “E” Division for 20 years has spent over ten years researching and summarizing these achievements by […]

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Veterans Submitted: Top Ten Photos

      Over the past few weeks, we have received many submitted photographs that were taken by Veterans or discovered on internet.         Based on our review of these images, we have included the top ten.  These photographs are provided for your viewing pleasure.  Our Association does not support any products […]

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Mar. 28 – Apr. 3: Gone But Not Forgotten

      When a RCMP Veteran passes away – their old colleagues pause for a moment to reflect on the good times they had and the memories they created.         Despite the times that deceased member was serving their communities and away from their families, the Veteran’s family members are extremely […]

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Ric Hall: It’s Funny How You Remember People

      Thinking back to arriving at Peace River S/D (Sub-Divisions remember them?) right out of training, one of the characters, those of us that were there in the mid-1960s, we would remember was the S/D Admin NCO S/Sgt. Howie Shannon (Reg.#14564).       Fairly robust in stature, cigarette dangling from his mouth […]

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