The Quarterly

Informing, educating and entertaining since 1933

The Quarterly is the official magazine of the RCMP Veterans’ Association. Its origin stems from the activities and accomplishments of the Force which have and continue to be inextricably interwoven with the development of Canada. Since its early beginnings and even today, the Quarterly is intended to display the wealth of tradition, history and stories of the RCMP.

In October 1999, the RCMP Veterans’ Association assumed publication of the Quarterly from the Force to ensure its continued success and enjoyment by all readers. Now more than ever, the Veterans’ Association recognizes the importance of communication. The Quarterly offers the RCMP, its current and former members and interested contributors a chance to keep in touch and to share information on programs, events and stories.

The Quarterly welcomes manuscripts, letters, photographs and news on RCMP and RCMP Veterans’ Association related subjects in either official language. Text should be simply formatted and saved electronically (e.g. WordPerfect or Microsoft Word). Submissions will also be accepted as hard copy only, typed double-spaced on one side of the page. Any material accepted is subject to revision and editing at the editor’s discretion.

If you have questions regarding submissions for the Quarterly, please contact the editor, Tanya Baglole, by the following means:

613-993-4353 (fax)

[email protected]

Mailing Address

The Quarterly
Attention: Editor
Canadian Police College
Box 8900, E Bldg. Room 205
Ottawa, ON  K1G 3J2

Board of Trustees

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

Kevin Fowler
RCMP National Communication Services

Editorial Staff

Tyler Anderson
Advertising Manager

  613-591-0146 (fax)

  [email protected]

Chantal Renaud
Circulation Manager and Scribe

Diane Couturier

Winter 2022 / Vol. 87 - No. 1

In This Edition

  • Arctic Traveller – The Life and Death of Albert Chartrand
  • Haida Totem Raised in Spirit of Cooperation
  • Assiniboia RCMP Ride alongside Lakota First Nation at Wood Mountain Stampede
  • From the Report of the Commissioner
  • Memorial Lakes – The History and the Hike
  • Book Review Rough Justice – Policing, Crime, and the Origins of the Newfoundland Constabulary, 1729-1871

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