The Princess Royal Walk
This is a major, national initiative of the Friends of the Mounted Police Heritage Centre and the RCMP Veterans’ Association, located at the Mounted Police Heritage Centre, in Regina, Saskatchewan “Home of the RCMP.”
flanked by 21 soaring pillars aligning the RCMP Heritage Centre overlooking the iconic north gate at “Depot” Division, the Princess Royal Walk will become a living legacy for those who help keep Canadians safe and are indeed. PILLARS OF THE FORCE Dedicated to those who honourably respond to the call of duty, day in and day out and to those who support those who do so serve.
Pillars of the Force Will also help ensure the legacy continues and your story of service is shared with generations to come. The Virtual Pillars Wall Located inside the Heritage Centre provides a state of the art, large digital screen that will share your story of service and provide directional information to locate individual names posted along the Princess Royal Walk.
STAKE YOUR CLAIM!
SHARE YOUR STORY!
“You are part of this unique Canadian story”.
Claim a personalized nameplate or brick.
Get started by submitting the claim form with your donation.
Pillars of the Force & Walkway
Member & Employee
Donation of $300* ensures 6×1.5”nameplate on pillar.
Text on name plate for a Member* includes Surname & Initials, Regimental #, Troop# or Engagement Date.
Text on name plate for an Employee* includes Surname & Initials, Division where first employed and engagement date.
A 4×8” engraved brick placed adjacent to pillars & walkway along the Princess Royal Walk.
Text on bricks is flexible: wording can include first names, hometown etc. lettering is dictated by space & the engraver’s professional eye.
Larger bricks available:
Donation of $500* – 8×8” / $1200* – 8×16” / $2500* – 16×16”
* – A charitable tax receipt will be issued for the full amount of the donation.
VIRTUAL PILLARS WALL
A virtual pillar wall located inside the Heritage Centre provide a large screen and platform to share your story of service** and serve as a database to easily locate individual nameplates and bricks.
** Information required for posting on the virtual wall will be forwarded to you following receipt and validation of your initial submission.
CELEBRATE WITH A NAMEPLATE
STAKE YOUR CLAIM! SHARE YOUR STORY!
Claim your place along “The Princess Royal Walk” “You are part of this unique Canadian story”. Claim a personalized nameplate or brick. Get started by following the steps in the “Make a Donation” section below.
Troop members, teams, or generational family members may be placed together on the pillars or walkway. However, one person must collect all relevant information and submit with a REQUEST for the noted persons to be posted together.
A family member may donate and submit relevant information of a deceased Member or Employee for posting on the Pillars or on the princess Royal Walk.
MAKE A DONATION
Ways to Donate: By Mail (Cheque), By Phone (Credit card), or Online (Click “Donate Online” Below).
Step 1: Select
|Decide how many Nameplates and/or Bricks you’d like and calculate your total donation.|
6in x 1.5in – $300
4in x 8in – $300
8in x 8in – $500
8in x 16in – $1200
16in x 16in – $2500
Step 2: Stake Your Claim
Mail Your Form
If you’re making your donation by mail, please download the claim form, fill it out, and include it with your cheque.
Email Your Form
If you’re making your donation by phone or online, please download the claim form, fill out the form electronically, save the file, and email the form as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also print, scan, and email the form.
Step 3: Make Your Donation
Donate by Mail
Make your donation by Cheque. Please make cheques payable to:
Donate by Phone or Online
Make your donation by Credit Card over the phone or online.
– Buffalo Joe Healy, RCMP GRAVES (RCMP Retired)
Murray Sly, Rtd. S/Sgt.
Jean Thue (Life Time Member Ladies Auxiliary)
- Karen Adams (nee Somers) RCMP Retired, Troop 17, 1974/75
- R.T. (Bob) Smart, (RCMP Retired) President, Friends of the MP Heritage Centre
– Mark Gaillard, National Secretary and Historian of the RCMP Veterans’ Association, Ottawa
Ralph Mahar, (RCMP Retired) Executive Officer, RCMP Veterans’ Association
- Chris (Mackie) Windover, Rtd. Cpl. & Francois (Frank) Duguay Rtd, Sgt.
Frank A. Richter – Troop G 63/64 - A/Commr. (Rtd.)
For more information, please contact us at 306-719-3015 or email email@example.com
Pillars of the Force
C/O RCMP Heritage Centre
5907 Dewdney Avenue
Canada S4T 0P4
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
Download a list of frequently asked questions and their answers.
Download a copy of our digital brochure in English.