Note of Thanks from Musical Ride organizers in Apsley, Ont.

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Hi  Folks:  Congratulation to all the our Lions members, volunteers, Township employees, councillors, and everyone associated with helping to bring the Musical Ride to Apsley.  Also congratulations to the members  of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police on an outstanding performance and event in Apsley.  There wasn’t a single person in this large crowd that didn’t […]

VAC Mental Health Assistance now available to RCMP veterans and families

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    VAC Assistance Services is now available for all RCMP Veterans and their family members where they can obtain up to 20 confidential sessions per issue with a Mental Health Professional at no cost to the Veteran or his or her family. “Family” means a spouse (including a common-law spouse), unmarried children (including an adopted […]

2016 – 33rd Annual Ceremonial Review of the 2990 Lorne Scots (Milton ON) Army Cadet Corps

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On May 28th., the President of the Division, James A. Brown attended the 2016 Review of the 2990 Lorne Scots Army Cadet Corps.  Also present during the ceremonies was our Vice-President, Steve Semenchuk. Steve Semenchuk presents trophy for Best Junior NCO Lorne Scots Cadets celebration L-R: Capt S Tarachandra (Corps officer and serving RCMP Member, […]

RCMPVA – Edmonton Division – Establishment of Trust Account to Assist RCMP Members affected by Fort McMurray Fires

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Subject: Trust Account for FT, McMuray RCMP MEMBERS.   Please be advised that the RCMP Veterans’ Association, Edmonton Division has established a TRUST ACCOUNT to collect funds to assist those RCMP members who have been affected by the fire in Ft. McMurray.   The Trust Account Number : 037690105772710.   Funds may be mailed to […]

Federal retirees hire new CEO to protect their pensions and benefits

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KATHRYN MAY, OTTAWA CITIZEN .The association representing Canada’s federal retirees has hired long-time bureaucrat Simon Coakeley as its new chief executive officer. The National Association of Federal Retirees, which represents about 185,000 retired public servants, military and RCMP, has been without a CEO for about a year. Coakeley starts in his new post May 16 […]