Royal Canadian Mounted Police

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He emigrated to Canada in 1979 and joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and your reporter called him the Boro Mountie.
Baptiste was part of a group of Canadians indicted in 2002 after an investigation that included the FBI and Royal Canadian Mounted Police revealed the group defrauded about 80 victims by telling them they had won large lottery prizes but had to prepay Canadian taxes and fees to get the cash.
Since their June 30 nuptials were reported in a local paper in May, Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers Jason Tree and David Connors have been deluged with e-mails and letters of support from around the country and the globe.
In the wake of the recent deaths of two Mounties, In the line of duty recounts the many men and women in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police who have died while keeping Canadians safe in the past.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), in partnership with concerned chemical producers, distributors, and retailers, has established ChemWatch.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police do not evoke the heroic image they once did, but they do have a storied history all their own.
Christena Constible, 20, was battling a heroin addiction and ex-Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer Don King was taking prescription drugs for acute pain when they died in 2000.
Mohammad Momin Khawaja, 29, a software developer, appeared in an Ottawa court in shackles and a bullet-proof vest after his arrest by Royal Canadian Mounted Police on Monday.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police raided the homes and office of an Ottawa journalist Jan.
In addition, Chahal has forwarded information to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).
The Canadian mounted police are tracing the origins and destination of a German-made rocket launcher, found by Canada Customs officers among 14 caches of weapons, entering the country at a Canadian postal plant between April 2001 and March 2003.
ComnetiX has implemented more than 1,000 workstations, supporting thousands of users around the world, for customers such as the NYSE, Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, the Fire Department of New York, the Boston Police Department, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the New York State Department of Education.
In the wake of the protests against the FTAA, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police report that 403 people were arrested and more than forty-five protesters went to area hospitals with injuries.
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