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The Quarterly aims to maintain the link between the police community past and present and to continue to build on its legacy. If we can learn from what others have done before us, we can also leave something for future generations.

Since its origins in 1933, the goal of The Quarterly has been to educate about tradition and tell the stories of the past and the RCMP of today.

The RCMP Veterans’ Association assumed responsibility for The Quarterly in October 1999 from the RCMP to ensure its survival and vitality.

The Quarterly is a vehicle for police officers, veterans, historians and students to learn about the past, keep abreast of policing trends and share programs, events and activities.

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Summer 2022 / Vol. 87 - No. 4

  • The 50th Anniversary of CPIC
  • Breaking Barriers
  • North Battleford RCMP officers
    recall dramatic and dangerous
    rescue of residents trapped in
    apartment building fire
  • Long Island Summer Camp at Risk of Closing
  • Camp Buffalo Celebrates 10th Anniversary
  • Prostate Cancer at 51: A young man’s journey
  • The Solemn Paying of Respect
    An Active Offer of Service by the
    RCMP Veterans’ Association

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