Year Established: 1978
2021 Membership: 251 active and life / 58 associate and honorary
Regular Meetings: Dinner, third Tuesday of the month (September to June) / Coffee every Tuesday morning
Communications: Monthly Division Newsletter available in the Members’ Area.

2021/2022 Executive
President: George Noseworthy
Vice President: Jim Power
Secretary: Mark Brown
Treasurer: Jerome Kenny

Membership: Chair – George Noseworthy
Entertainment: Chair – Bob Hurman; along with Ed Lutz, Dave Tipple, Bob Medd, Roger Hansford, George Phillips and Ern Pennell

Nfld and Labrador Members Area


  709-772-4187 (Tuesday only)

The majority of the Veteran’s live in or around the St. John’s area and meet for a Dinner Meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of each Month, except July and August. Once a year the Executive makes a cross island tour in November – Dinner meetings at two locations and meetings at two others and ends with participation at the local Remembrance Day Parade.

Tradition and heritage events

  • We make a point to attend wakes and funerals for Retired Members and/or their families in groups, dressed in red serge or red/blue veteran’s blazer. This honour to our fallen colleagues is well noted by the community at large.
  • Twice a year, our members assist in serving meals to the homeless in St. John’s. It is well organized and appreciated by the community.


Sick and shut-in visits
Daily by chaplain and members.

Law enforcement/community
RCMP medal ceremonies; Regimental Dinners; Remembrance Day; Police /Peace Officer Memorial; Battle of the Atlantic; Battle of Britain Service; Memorial Day.

Marching out at the 2011 RCMPVA AGMAssociation programs/services

  • Division advocacy; Updates on veteran issues and benefits, such as estate planning insurance, etc.;
  • Annual gravesite inspections;
  • Division Host for Association AGMs: Last in 2011

Special events

  • Christmas & Valentine’s Dinners;
  • Annual RCMP Charity Hockey Tournament;
  • Eastport Fall Festival;
  • Church Lads Brigade;
  • Supports Red Cross with drivers for patients.