Did you know? Part I

      During the early part of the 1900s, particularly in the 1930s, the RCMP was called upon several occasions across Canada to assist in dealing with strikes. The Force reported to the government on the intelligence they had on “Revolutionary Organizations and Agitators in Canada”.       The Winnipeg General Strike of […]

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Veterans Submitted: Top Sixteen Videos

      Over the past week, we have received many submitted videos from several Veterans.           Based on our review of these videos, we have selected the following as being the top sixteen.  Our Association does not support any products or comments contained in these videos. 1) Veteran Sheldon Boles submitted […]

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Nov. 13 – 18: 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 […]

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Larry Burden’s This Day In The Force

      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 Sixteen Videos

        Over the past week, we have received many submitted videos from numerous Veterans.         Based on our review of these videos, we have selected the following sixteen as being the best.  Our Association does not support any comments or products contained in these videos. 1) Veteran Ed Olfert submitted […]

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Constable John Davidson – Killed On Duty

      The citizens and police members in British Columbia were shocked and dismayed by the untimely death of Abbotsford Police Department’s Constable John Davidson.         Vancouver PD Veteran Bob Cooper sent us his latest article in tribute of Constable John Davidson and the bond between the municipal police and RCMP […]

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Constable William Archibald Willison

      William ‘Bill’ Archibald Willison was a patriotic individual who volunteered for service in the Canadian Militia, RCMP and later in the British Army.         He is one of the very few RCMP Veterans whose death was recognized as a War Crime. EARLY LIFE William ‘Bill’ Archibald Willison was born […]

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Part 1 – “A” Squadron RNWMP

        The  contains all the battle honours awarded to the Force in recognition of the contributions made by past members.       For this article, we are providing details on the battle honour entitled “France & Flanders 1918-19.”  The following article is the first comprehensive documentation of the activities of the […]

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Part 1 – “B” Squadron RNWMP

    All Force members are familiar with the RCMP’s Guidon – the Regimental Banner displaying all the Force’s battle honours. In basic training, each member was told about each battle honour and what Force members contributed.  However, the  “Siberia 1918-1919” seemed like a mystery because little information had been provided. To understand the circumstances […]

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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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