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C/Supt. Al Rivard (Rtd.)

Insp. Tom Abernethy (Rtd.)

D/Commr. Peter German (Rtd.)

Suzanne Sarault

Supt. Al Mathews (Rtd.)

Editorial Management Committee

S/Sgt. Michael Duncan (Rtd.)

Insp. Tom Abernethy (Rtd.)

Supt. Bill Adams (Rtd.)

Tanya Baglole

Glenn Wright

Mark Gaillard

S/Sgt Ted Sisk (Rtd) – Calgary, Alberta
RCMP National Communication Services

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Chantal Renaud
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Diane Couturier

Spring 2022 / Vol. 87 - No. 2

In This Edition

  • Mountie, Entrepreneur & Dragon:
    The remarkable journey of Jim Treliving
  • City under Siege
  • The Canadian Corps of Commissionaires
    A unique Canadian institution
    that upholds RCMP’S values
  • First Responders
    Extraordinary People, Extraordinary Lives
  • RCMP National Memorial Cemetery:
    Seventh Phase in Progress
  • Queen Elizabeth II picks her
    next horse from the RCMP
  • 1919: The RNWMP and the
    Birth of Federal Policing
  • From the Report of the Commissioner
  • Book Review
    In Search of Almighty Voice:
    Resistance and Reconciliation

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