RCMP Veterans' Association » Divisions » Edmonton




Division Average Membership:

  • We average 400 Active and Life members and 200 Associate and Honourary members.

Regular Meetings: 

  • Held the last Tuesday of the month at the Woodvale Community Facility in Edmonton.


  • Division Newsletter (published 9 or 10 times per year) and our Division website.
  • Edmonton also takes advantage of the Mailchimp email system provided by the Association, utilizing it for ease in sending messages to the Membership.




  • Our mission is to unite and support the wellbeing of Royal Canadian Mounted Police Veterans, former employees and their families through invaluable social connections, information and advocacy.


  • To Build Such Incredible Membership Value That Countless RCMP Veterans Become Loyal Members To Feel Empowered To Live Their Best Life.


  • We Are Devoted Compassionate Veterans, Helping Veterans Who Pledge To Enrich And Support The RCMP Culture And Wellbeing Of Our Veterans Through Long-Lasting Relationships.

Tradition and Heritage Events:

  • Maintain the Wall of Honour at K Division HQ Building.
  • Support to Valour Place, a temporary home away from home for all Canadian Forces members, RCMP, Families of the Fallen, Veterans and First Responders and their families who require medical treatment in Edmonton at NO COST.
  • Support: Legacy Place Society is an essential confidential service empathetically supporting the individuals and families of First Responders (including RCMP) & (RCMP) Veterans, and Military Personnel by means of immediate and proactive wellness initiatives.


    Sick and Shut-in Visits:

    • Edmonton has the Boost Program which sends get well greetings and sympathy greetings to our members in times of serious illness, hospitalizations, and loss of family members and those close to them.
    • In some cases home and hospital visits are included. It is widely used to lift the spirits and show our care and concern to our members.
    • We also help our membership with the Hospital Parking Pass program.

      Other Activities:

        • Sponsor Christmas hampers for families that are in difficult financial circumstances in locations policed by the RCMP and looking to expand the program to other times of the year.
        • Law Enforcement/Community involvement includes Remembrance Day services, RCMP awards ceremonies, attendance at annual police memorial service, and Change of Command ceremonies.

          Edmonton Division Events:

              • Monthly dinner meetings with members, family, and friends except for July, August, and December, although we have a Christmas function in December.
              • We support various charitable organizations throughout the year such as the Edmonton Veterans Association Food Bank and various other worthy causes.

                Fort Saskatchewan RCMP Cemetery:

                • In September 2019, a new 96-niche Columbarium was put in place at the Fort Saskatchewan RCMP Cemetery.
                • This endeavor took some seven years where we worked with the Force and the City of Fort Saskatchewan and finally achieved our goal.

                  Association Programs/Services:

                  • Division Advocacy Program “Providing Exemplary Support And Service For The Welfare Of Our Veteran Members and Their Families”.
                  • Offer an Honour guard at services of celebration of life, wakes, and funerals.
                  • Provide member care through our Division Chaplain, hospital visitations, and assistance from our Support Advocates.

                    Special Events:

                    • One member of the Executive is an Ex-Officio member of the Board of Directors of Valour Place, and we support and help at the yearly Walk for Valour Walk-a-Thon.
                    • An Appreciation Dinner is held each year at our September General/Dinner meeting. There we recognize spouses of deceased members and those who have supported the Veterans Association. We also invited working RCMP members and their partners as our guests to acquaint them with our Association.