PILLARS OF THE FORCE officially opened September 20th 2020 and is located on the Princess Royal Walk at the RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina, “Home of the RCMP.” It is fast becoming a living legacy, dedicated to all who honourably respond to the call of duty, day in and day out, across our country. The Pillars also include the dedicated Police Service Dog Pillar which was officially launched by Veteran Member and Dog Handler, His Honour, The Honourable Russ Mirasty, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.

As we begin our 150th Anniversary year, those currently serving in these times are facing unprecedented challenges: ranging from criminal activity and reduced resources to a rash of contagious diseases and increased living expenses. Everything is going up! Everyone is overworked! Not the ideal climate for celebrating.


Leave your mark, noting your role and presence in our 150 years of service to Canadians, as we pay tribute to all through No One Left Behind: From the Originals of 1873/74 to those serving today, our fallen members, veterans and our valued Police Service Dogs. In or out of uniform, we all play or have played a part in this unique Canadian Story. Pillars of the Force!

ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL

PILLARS OF THE FORCE officially opened September 20th, 2020 and the dedicated Police Service Dog Pillar and section was also officially launched by Veteran Member and Dog Handler, His Honour, The Honourable Russ Mirasty, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.

Located on the Princess Royal Walk at the RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina, “Home of the RCMP”, Pillars of the Force is fast becoming a living legacy, dedicated to all who honourably respond to the call of duty, day in and day out, across our country.

As we begin our 150th Anniversary year, those currently serving in these times are facing unprecedented challenges: ranging from criminal activity and reduced resources to a rash of contagious diseases and increased living expenses. Everything is going up! Everyone is overworked! Not the ideal climate for celebrating.

BUT COMMEMORATE WE WILL! Thanks to the generous & enthusiastic support to date, we are excited to offer a unique, long-lasting way, to celebrate our 150th anniversary, by way of a time-limited, 150 day special, beginning December 23, 2022, ending midnight, May 23, 2023. Not only are we holding firm on the donor-dollar threshold, we are also offering a 50% deduction or $150 off the standard threshold for nameplates & bricks.

Leave your mark, noting your role and presence in our 150 years of service to Canadians, as we pay tribute to all through No One Left Behind: From the Originals of 1873/74 to those serving today, our fallen members, veterans and our valued Police Service Dogs. In or out of uniform, we all play or have played a part in this unique Canadian Story. Pillars of the Force!

PILLARS OF THE FORCE officially opened September 20th 2020 and is located on the Princess Royal Walk at the RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina, “Home of the RCMP.” It is fast becoming a living legacy, dedicated to all who honourably respond to the call of duty, day in and day out, across our country. The Pillars also include the dedicated Police Service Dog Pillar which was officially launched by Veteran Member and Dog Handler, His Honour, The Honourable Russ Mirasty, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.

As we begin our 150th Anniversary year, those currently serving in these times are facing unprecedented challenges: ranging from criminal activity and reduced resources to a rash of contagious diseases and increased living expenses. Everything is going up! Everyone is overworked! Not the ideal climate for celebrating.

Leave your mark, noting your role and presence in our 150 years of service to Canadians, as we pay tribute to all through No One Left Behind: From the Originals of 1873/74 to those serving today, our fallen members, veterans and our valued Police Service Dogs. In or out of uniform, we all play or have played a part in this unique Canadian Story. Pillars of the Force!

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.

Stake Your Claim on the Princess Royal Walk!

RCMP & Community

Service Dogs & Community

For more information, please contact us at 306-719-3015 or email FRIENDS@RCMPHC.COM

Mailing Address:
Pillars of the Force
C/O RCMP Heritage Centre
5907 Dewdney Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan
Canada S4T 0P4