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October 6, 2020

SUPPORTING ALL 52 “H” DIVISION RCMP (NOVA SCOTIA) DETACHMENTS

SUPPORTING ALL 52 “H” DIVISION RCMP (NOVA SCOTIA) DETACHMENTS In early August 2020, the Nova Scotia Division of the RCMP Veterans’ Association launched a campaign within its membership that was geared to demonstrate support to all the Nova Scotia Detachments and personnel.
October 3, 2020

JOB OPPORTUNITY – CHIEF ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (CAO) RCMPVA

Strategic Planning and Development for the Association: Under the direction of the Board, the CAO: • Develops the Mission Statement and sets the goals for the departments; • Develops and supports strategic priorities, community/corporate relationships and industry partnerships; • Develops business and procedural plans community/corporate relationships and industry partnerships;
September 30, 2020

Ottawa Division 2020 Education Awards Winners

On September 18, RCMPVA Ottawa Division President Michel Pelletier drew five names for the Education Awards with Ron Lewis, Chair, Education Awards Program. In partnership with […]
September 2, 2020
Yves Duguay

The RCMP must change

August 1, 2020
Nolan Russell, then 7, punches the air in happiness after mounting the Clydesdale named Russell in honor of his father, who died on duty in 2011. June 21, 2016. - Chris So/Toronto Star

The Passing of Russell

Given the long association of the Force with equine companions and in common cause with other Canadian Police Forces it was felt that we should recognize and sympathize with the Toronto Police Service in the death of a unique horse from their mounted unit. A special member of the Toronto Police Service’s (TPS) Mounted Unit has died.
July 26, 2020

Bob Harriman Painting of “Operation Morale Builder” Airdrie Detachment

A close friend of Ron Wesner, Bob Harriman, crafted this beautiful painting of our Drive By at Airdrie Detachment. Bob wishes to donate the painting to the Members of Airdrie Detachment and arrangements are currently underway to do so.
July 22, 2020
Minister of Justice Cliff Cullen

Manitoba Minister of Justice Cliff Cullen

I would like to first express my appreciation for your service, and for the commitment demonstrated by law enforcement officers across Manitoba to their respective communities.
July 21, 2020

Undermining trust in police is dangerous for us all

As anti-police rhetoric in Canada has intensified over the past weeks, I confess that the Mountie in me has been stirred to anger. Not because of what one might assume – that I refuse to acknowledge that serious mistakes have been made, or that I am eager to let police leadership off the proverbial hook – but rather, because of the volume of quick, easy and short-sighted criticism from our politicians and pundits, much of it proffered without any balance or nuance.
July 11, 2020

RCMP/NPF Statement: Speculation on Rideau Hall Arrest

July 10, 2020
Supt. Ernie MacAulay

Systemic Racism in the RCMP

There seems to be some confusion about what ‘systemic’ actually means with some journalists even using the term as a synonym of ‘systematic’. Systematic is anything done methodically, according to a plan, or utilizing a system. Systemic means involving the whole body or organization. To be systemic in the RCMP, racism would have to permeate the whole organization, be part of the both administrative and operational policy, and be universally and consistently pursued by the organization’s management.
July 3, 2020

A Letter to Prime Minister Trudeau

Mister Prime Minister, « Systemic » Which is relative to a system in itself Mister Prime Minister Trudeau Your search for justice toward the Aboriginals should […]
July 3, 2020
Commissioner Bev Busson

Statement from Senator Beverley Busson

STATEMENT BY THE HONOURABLE BEV BUSSON, SENATOR FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA ON THE CURRENT SITUATION INVOLVING OUR POLICE July 2, 2020 (Ottawa, ON) – The Hon. Bev […]
June 27, 2020

Supporting The RCMP

This letter is being provided to all Senators and Members of Parliament. We would like to draw your attention to the fact that twice in the […]
June 13, 2020
President Sandy Glenn

A Response to Accusations of Systemic Racism within the Royal Canadian Mounted Police

The RCMP Veterans’ Association is extremely disappointed in the failure to support the Members of our National Police Force, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Making sweeping […]
April 20, 2020

Fallen Member – Nova Scotia – April 19, 2020

As you may be aware from the news, our colleagues in Nova Scotia have faced a terrible and tragic active shooter situation. While I am relieved […]
April 5, 2020

A Message from the Board of Directors Regarding COVID-19

Dear Association Members, When we think back on the reasons that we joined the Force many may come to mind. Through all those reasons though, one […]
March 30, 2020

Global News reports Saskatchewan RCMP charge 11 suspects for violating public health order

Saskatchewan RCMP has charged a group of suspects in a criminal investigation with failing to comply with the province’s Public Health Order that limits public gatherings […]
March 27, 2020

Letter from Commissioner to RCMP veterans regarding COVID-19

I hope my message today finds you well and that those of you who are snowbirds made it back to Canada safely. In these difficult times, […]
March 27, 2020

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) – Temporary measures: Public Service Health Care Plan (PSHCP)

To: The Public Service Pay Centre, Compensation Managers, Heads of Human Resources, Participating Separate Employers and Deputy Ministers In response to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, […]
March 19, 2020

2020 Regina RCMPVA AGM Cancelled

In light of the continual changing COVID-19 landscape and its enormous impact on our community, the Association Board of Directors together with the AGM organizers from […]
April 21, 2017

In The Quarterly’s Spring 2017 issue

Moving on to Greener Pastures By Tanya Baglole The clip clop of horse’s hooves on the concrete stable floor rings in the background. Outside, yearlings munch […]
April 27, 2017

The Quarterly’s Spring 2017 cover story

Moving on to Greener PasturesThe horse breeder for the RCMP Musical Ride retires after 40 years. By Tanya Baglole The clip clop of horse’s hooves on […]
July 17, 2017

Results of Quarterly Readership Survey

The challenges faced by most printed publications in North America are real and unsettling. One recent study indicated that sales of printed publications have decreased 40% […]
October 25, 2017

In the Quarterly’s Fall issue

Cover: RCMP Spend Summer Fighting British Columbia Fires By E Div. Communications ServicesThis past summer, RCMP in British Columbia were mobilized from all over the province […]
March 2, 2018

In the Quarterly’s Winter issue

Cover: Missing Historical Photo Restored at Depot By Tanner Aulie A once-lost portrait by master Canadian photographer Yousuf Karsh is now hanging in a place of […]
July 22, 2019

In the Quarterly’s Summer 2019 Issue

Summer 2019, Volume 84, No. 3 Greetings from the Arctic Circle By Cst. Chris Kelly Cst. Chris Kelly has been capturing the northern lights, the sun […]