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                  . Herchmer, 1886–1900,” RCMP Quarterly ([Ottawa]), 2 (1935), no.4: 4–8. D. B. Smith, “The Herchmers’ secret,” Beaver, outfit 310 (spring 1980): 52–58.
                  Voice, public enemy no.1,” RCMP Quarterly (Ottawa), 23 (1957), no.1: 4–10.
                  is difficult to document. His personnel files in the RCMP archives at the NA (RG
                   – deserter,” RCMP Quarterly (Ottawa), 49 (1984), no.3: 41
                   – had been replaced. After the RCMP raid, Deskaheh, convinced that the government was insincere, resolved to take the Six Nations’ case to
                  . H. P. Noble, “The commissioner who almost wasn’t,” RCMP Quarterly (Ottawa), 30 (1964–65), no.2: 9–10
                  Kidlapik’s brother Peneloo arrived at the RCMP post with a more detailed account. Senior officials agreed that it was a “case of insanity” and that Kidlapik “should be commended” for having defended the
                  from the University of Manitoba in 1929. The honour guard of 12 red-coated members of the RCMP at his funeral in Vancouver in 1934, along with pipers from the Seaforth Highlanders and a contingent
                  Gardiner* on the afternoon of 1 July for assistance in disbanding the trek. That evening, as the provincial cabinet met to discuss the request, the RCMP, with the support of the Regina City Police
                  national defence from 1959 to 1963. The relationship attracted the interest of the RCMP and wiretaps. In the heat of debate in the commons on 4 March 1966, Liberal justice minister Lucien Cardin
                  . Douglas’s anti-war activities in the 1960s were carefully monitored by the security branch of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) on behalf of the federal government. This surveillance had a long history
                  .” Repudiated by public opinion, the PQ was a victim of illegal espionage by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. During the night of 8 Jan. 1973 RCMP agents broke into a building and stole the party’s membership
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