About the Pillars of the Force
The PILLARS OF THE FORCE officially opened on September 20th, 2020, as a legacy dedicated to all who honourably respond to the call of duty – day in and day out – across our country.
Located on the Princess Royal Walk at the RCMP Heritage Centre, the Pillars of the Force include the names of members and officers mounted to the 21 soaring pillars and dedications engraved into the bricks that make up the walkway. Our Virtual Pillars display, located inside the RCMP Heritage Centre, helps to tell the stories of each individual through an interactive screen.
A dedicated Police Service Dog pillar and walkway section has been added by Veteran Member and Dog Handler, His Honour the Honourable Russ Mirasty, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.
We invite our members to be part of this uniquely Canadian story and “stake their claim” today.
No One Left Behind Fund
When Staking Your Claim, consider joining our NOLB Founding Donors!
No One Left Behind (NOLB) helps to ensure those who have fallen in the line of duty including Police Service Dogs, or whose family members cannot be located, or are unknown, or are experiencing challenging life circumstances, are also recognized for their service and stand together with other Pillars of the Force on the Princess Royal Walk.
Inspired by veterans & retirees, NOLB was initiated by three Founding Donors: A serving member in “F” Division, Troop 17 – 1974/75 & the family of a deceased Member from “E” Division.
For more information, please contact us at 306-719-3015 or email FRIENDS@RCMPHC.COM
Pillars of the Force
C/O RCMP Heritage Centre
5907 Dewdney Avenue
Canada S4T 0P4