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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 […]

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NEW PARK NAMED FOR FALLEN RCMP MEMBER

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NEW PARK NAMED FOR FALLEN RCMP MEMBER EDMONTON, AB – April 27, 2016 – Parkland County has announced that a new 50-acre park will be named after Constable Chelsey Robinson who tragically passed away on duty on June 21, 2010, near Stony Plain, Alberta. She was 25 years old. Constable Chelsey Robinson Park – formerly […]

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V-E Day Ceremony Invitation

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Subject: V-E Day Ceremony Invitation Members of Toronto Division RCMP Veterans Association On behalf of the Toronto City Hall V-E Day Commemoration Committee, I would like to invite you to join us on Monday, May 9th, 2016 as we commemorate the 71st anniversary of V-E Day with a ceremony at Toronto City Hall. V-E Day, […]

Obituaries

Passing Of Regimental Number 15948, Cal Hill

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Manitoba Division of the RCMP Veterans’ Association has advised of the passing of Cal Hill. Cal was a long time member of “O” Division RCMP having served at Walpole Island, London Detachment and Toronto Drug Section. He passed away last night (2016-04-23) from cancer. He is being buried at Depot Division at a later date […]

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Sections 40 and 42 Removed from Bill C-7

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After today’s (April 21st) Public Safety and National Security Committee Hearing on Bill C-7, our Executive Officer provided the following report: Sections 40 and 42 were unanimously removed from Bill C-7 as well as redundant s. 74. Liberal members voted against the Government’s own legislation. These are the only amendments made by SECU to Bill […]

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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 […]