Cover: RCMP Spend Summer Fighting British Columbia Fires

By E Div. Communications Services
This past summer, RCMP in British Columbia were mobilized from all over the province to help the B.C. Wildfire Service with evacuation orders in affected communities

Also in the Quarterly’s Fall issue:

Harm’s Way – Confronting Operational Stress Injuries

By A/Commr. Graham Muir (Rtd.)
Operational Stress Injuries (OSIs) are a real and growing concern for members of the RCMP. Whether serving in communities here at home or on foreign missions with the United Nations (UN) or the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Force members often find themselves in dangerous and traumatic settings, including in the Former Yugoslavia, Haiti and Afghanistan.

RCMP Musical Ride Celebrates Canada 150 with National Tour

By Cst. Elenore Sturko
To help mark the 150th anniversary of Canada’s confederation, the RCMP Musical Ride embarked on a special tour this past summer featuring performances in every Canadian province, the Yukon and Alaska.

Missing: Lindsey Jill Nicholls

By Judy Peterson
Where is Lindsey? What happened to her? These are the agonizing questions I have been asking for nearly 25 years. Mother of a Missing Child has become part of my very identity.

The Lund Collection – A Mountie Legacy

By D/Commr. Peter German (Rtd.)
On March 17, 2017, a gala for a unique exhibition of Mountie books, magazines and comics took place at the University of Alberta’s Bruce Peel Special Collections in Edmonton.

Book Review – A Mountie’s Memoirs

By Insp. Gibson Glavin (Rtd.)
“It is amazing how things will happen that you never seem to forget, even though they are not that important, nor were they noteworthy even at the time.”

To read more, obtain a Fall 2017 issue of the Quarterly by calling 1-877-215-3469 or e-mail