Further to Events in Truro, Nova Scotia

News from Nova Scotia Division

Dear Association Members,

President of Nova Scotia Division, Sandy Glenn has received notification from the A/C.O. “H” Division that the member involved in the stolen car incident has now been released from hospital and is continuing to recover well.

The A/C.O. also noted that “It is important for the Cst. and his family to focus on his recovery so, they wish to limit visits to family and close friends, at least in the short term. Cst. Terry Brown is accepting well wishes on behalf of the Cst., and his family, and will also coordinate visits. Should you wish to send a card or printed message, please send or drop off to the Bible Hill Detachment. Please continue to watch out for and support one another. Janis”

The Association joins with the A/C.O. Gray in sending best wishes to the member.  For the sake of him and his family’s security his name is not being released at this time. 

As noted previously, Cst. Terry Brown is handling communications for the member – terry.brown@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

James Forrest
Director of Communications
RCMP Veterans’ Association