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May 9, 1885 May 12, 1885: The Battle of Batoche, the final conflict of the Northwest Rebellion.
July 2, 1885: Northwest Rebellion leader Big Bear surrenders at Fort Carlton.
under the command of Inspector Charles Constantine for the Yukon, in the extension of law and order to the northern New Balance Retro Shoes
January 1, 1917: The RNWMP is relieved of provincial policing duties in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, with the creation of their own Provincial Police forces.
November 3, 1873: The first 150 recruits for the NWMP gather at Lower Fort Garry
April 29, 1903: A gigantic wedge of limestone from Turtle Mountain crashes on the town of Frank, killing seventy persons. NWMP reinforcements are sent to the area, with a local detachment temporary converted into a hospital for the injured.
July 22, 1876: James Farquharson Macleod takes over as the third Commissioner of the NWMP.
July 8, 1874: the March West begins at Fort Dufferin
May 3, 1873: The Act establishing the North West Mounted Police (NWMP) was first introduced New Balance Zante V2 Womens
June New Balance White Running Shoes 6, 1874: The second contingent of the NWMP consisting of 217 officers and regular members left Toronto for Fort Dufferin to assemble for the March West.
September 28, 1901: Two troops of the NWMP escorted His Royal Highness the Duke of Cornwall and York (later King George V) during his visit to Calgary. This was one of the last occasions on which the old style full dress uniform was used by the organization, as it would change by the following year to a style more akin to today uniform.
September 25, 1873: the NWMP first officers were appointed by Order in Council, including the first interim Commissioner of the NWMP, Lieutenant Colonel W. Osborne Smith
February 28, 1884: William Armstrong, RegNo 843, passes away while a member at Depot. He is believed to be one of the first members of the NWMP to be buried at the cemetery at Depot in Regina, SK.
November 1, 1880: Acheson Gosford Irvine takes over the command of the NWMP.
October 9, 1874: under the command of Assistant Commissioner Macleod, divisions and arrived at the notorious Fort Whoop Up to bring peace and order to the volatile region. However, word had spread of their impending arrival and they found the Fort almost empty.
December 1, 1874: Assistant Commissioner Macleod met with Crowfoot, the head Chief of the Blackfoot Nation, to help establish friendly ties. Their relationship would lead to the successful creation of Treaty 7.
October 18, 1873: George Arthur French takes over as Commissioner of the NWMP, the first permanent Commissioner of the organization.
May 24, 1876: The NWMP band made its first public appearance, celebrating the Queen birthday.
August 1, 1900: Aylesworth Bowen Perry takes over as Commissioner of the North West Mounted Police, a position he would hold during its change to the Royal North West Mounted Police in 1904 and to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 1920.
June 5, 1895: A NWMP contingent leaves New Balance Womens Shoes White
in the House by then Prime Minister John A. Macdonald.
July 21, 1908: An Order in Council officially approves the fingerprint system.
March 26, 1885: The Northwest Rebellion begins at the Battle of Duck Lake.
May 23, 1873: The bill passed unopposed through Parliament and received Royal Assent on this date. However, it did not immediately establish the NWMP, as it was merely an emergency measure.
March 8, 1900: Members of the NWMP volunteering for the Lord Strathcona Horse, to fight during the South African Boer War, receive a sendoff at Parliament Hill
Historically Relevant Dates to the RCMP
December 21, 1910: Under the command of Inspector Francis Fitzgerald, a patrol leaves Fort McPherson for Dawson. The patrol would face adverse weather conditions and would become lost, resulting in the death of all four members. This case has become known as Lost Patrol
August 17, 1896: Gold is found at Bonanza Creek, sparking what was to become the Klondike Gold Rush. NWMP patrolled the area under the command of the great Sir Samuel Benfield Steele.
July 28, 1908: The Musical Ride performs in Quebec City as part of the Tercentenary celebrations, the first time it did so in Eastern Canada. The Prince of Wales was in attendance, the first member of the Royal Family to witness the Ride. The riding school was first established in 1886 in Regina, and the first performances out west took place in 1887.
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