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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 the deceased member was serving their communities and away from their families, the Veteran’s family members are extremely proud of the contributions made by […]

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Nova Scotia President’s Message Nov 2020

President Brian Carter of Nova Scotia Division November 2020 Observations Dear Members of the Association, President Carter has offered some insightful observations on events in his Division over the past while and the support that Nova Scotia Division and by extenstion, the Association is providing to the serving members. James Forrest Director of Communications I […]

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Notice of Passing – Retired Veteran Life Member James S. Warren – #R1442

James (Jim) Warren passed away on October 5th, 2020 at the Palliative Care unit at the Tofield Health Centre with his son Jim Warren (RCMP Sgt. retired) at his side. The family would like to thank the doctors and staff of Tofield Health Centre for their kindness and professionalism during Jim’s stay with them. Jim […]

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Pillars of the Force – Grand Opening

PILLARS OF THE FORCE GRAND OPENING The Grand Opening of the Pillars of the Force exhibit was held on Sunday, September 20, 2020 at the RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina, SK.  This event was originally scheduled to coincide with the RCMPVA Annual General Meeting in June, however, it became a victim of the pandemic. The […]

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Photograph of retired RCMP Superintendent Ric Hall (Source of the photo - Ric Hall's Photo Collection).

The Mad Trapper Part II

Constable Edgar Millen – Reg # 9669 – RCMP Honour Roll # 51 Recently I submitted an article to our Vancouver Division web site on the recollections of members involved in the attempted arrest and search for Albert Johnson, always to be known as “The Mad Trapper of Rat River.” See:  The attempted arrest […]

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Photograph of retired RCMP Superintendent Ric Hall (Source of the photo - Ric Hall's Photo Collection).

It Happened 70 Years Ago!

It Happened 70 Years Ago! At the request of the Province of British Columbia the RCMP assumed responsibility for provincial policing and absorbed the members of the British Columbia Provincial Police Force (BCPP) into its ranks.  August 01, 1950, the Force takes over the BCPP, 492 members immediately switch over to the RCMP.  The BCPP […]

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RCMP Celebrates 70 Years in Newfoundland and Labrador

    Virtual Book Launch – In Search of Adventure 70 Years of the RCMP in Newfoundland and Labrador Saturday, Aug. 1st on Facebook live                             Ches Parsons                             […]

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The Mad Trapper of Rat River

The Mad Trapper of Rat River Is there a member of the RCMP, serving or retired, that has not heard the story, perhaps even as a child before joining the RCMP, of the “Mad Trapper of Rat River”? I know the story; I have read the books.  I saw a horrible Hollywood movie on TV […]

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Alex Matches – Regimental # 18648 – A Short Career in the RCMP

Alex Matches – Regimental # 18648  A Short Career in the RCMP One of the great things about being on the Vancouver Division Executive and writing some historical pieces for our web site it often enables me to connect with former members of the Force I otherwise would not have met.  I met Alex Matches who […]

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Fairmont Barracks – Special Newsletter

Attached is a special newsletter regarding Fairmont Barracks.  Please feel free to pass this information along to serving and retired members and others who may have stories and photos of Fairmont Barracks. As we move into summer, stay safe and stay healthy. If you prefer to ready the newsletter in PDF format, click on the following […]

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