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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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During this time, Mounty also strengthened the on-air staff by attracting such talents as Julius La Rosa and Soupy Sales.
In 1988, Mounty retired from NBC to establish Mounty Communications, a consulting firm that assisted broadcast companies in their startup, acquisition, and repositioning strategies.
Mounty is survived by four children and three grandchildren.
Two Moffett Mounty models are being exhibited at this year's CV Show - the M2003STM and the M2003E/LP.
Additionally, each Mounty is equipped with two operator manuals and a comprehensive training video.
"Many customers use their Mountys for what are now well-recognised applications such as handling building materials.
Mounty had held the record since the early 1990s, before retiring from this level in 1998 with 95 appearances.
RHAYADER TOWN: Mounty, Bishop, A Davies (Hammonds 81), C Williams, Sellers, C Morgan, Hughes, Mardenborough, Bannon, Loss, Keddle.
Now either 21-year-old Jones - with four senior starts - or teenager Mounty, who took over against Brentford, will have to step in.
Mounty will end the long-standing 'keeper crisis that has been lurching on since the departure of former player-manager David Morgan.
Once nicknamed the Mounty - "'cos she always got her man" - Anouska had held out for a Royal and failed.
As soon as the Mounty cottons on to Darius's sexuality, she plots ways of trying to kill him, ranging from sending him white-river rafting ("which offers maximum cranial damage") to shark diving ("that's the art of keeping one inch of rubber between you and 670 ravaging incisors").