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Royal Canadian Mounted Police

The national police force of Canada. It is responsible for enforcing federal laws, including but not limited to laws against counterfeiting, organized crime and drug trafficking. It also enforces provincial and territorial laws everywhere except Ontario and Quebec, and to a lesser extent in Newfoundland & Labrador. It was formed in 1920.
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This is my first real try as a producer and I may decide that I never want to do TV again - or play a Mountie.
The marvellous Mountie is the best thing to come out of Canada since, um, er.
Mountie, went public with her allegations of sexual harassment on the job and opened the door for five other women to launch a class-action suit against the federal government.
In the 19th century, he wrote, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police " the Mounties " got to the Canadian Western frontier"before the settlers and spared them from having to cultivate a violent code of honour.
Mountie gulped at the prospect, but he sighed and got on with it.
My starting point is that Mountie fiction is at once thoroughly Canadian and intrinsically international, or at least late imperial, in its origins and circulation.
But the Mounties challenged that decision last year in Federal Court, where a judge set aside the order and sent the complaint back to the Tribunal for a rehearing.
Mr Hutchinson - who previously headed the body to oversee the new policing arrangements in Northern Ireland - served with the Mounties for 34 years before he came to Belfast.
A Canadian Mountie greeted passengers jetting off to Canada on the inaugural flight.
A CANADIAN Mountie was on hand to launch Liverpool's first scheduled transatlantic flight to Toronto yesterday.
The tale of a Mountie muzzled for challenging allegedly uncaring bosses spread across Canada, and Creasser became something of a cause celebre in some quarters.
Justin, 27, who has been a Mountie for six years, said: "We don't see our wedding as anything different or special.