Tag Archives: Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Communities for Veterans cross-country ride arrives in Ontario on our National Peacekeeping Day


The 29th Lieutenant Governor of Canada, the Hon. Elizabeth Dowdeswell, welcomed Canadian veteran Paul Nichols at the Aurora branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, today–Aug. 9, 2015–in this special National Peacekeeping Day event. Paul is making a cross-country ride on … Continue reading

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What is really behind the shooting of Veteran Greg Matters?


Every day we seem to read more sad news. For veterans, the most shocking is the news B.C. police killed a fellow veteran in a long stand-off. For Eric Rebiere, a former RCMP constable and military veteran, he questions the validity of … Continue reading

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Is the Harper gov’t. planning to disband the RCMP?


Is the Harper gov’t. planning to disband the RCMP? The CBC has raised this question and so do many loyal mounties (retired and present members).  Today’s contribution is written by Eric Rebiere (Former Cst. RCMP 37515 LSGC and military veteran).On a personal … Continue reading

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PTSD: a soldier’s distress


A veteran peacekeeper shares some of his writings from a diary he has written as he has dealt with the suffering of PTSD. BONNIE ENTRY ONE  I’ve been gone a long time, I know. How can I make you understand? It’s … Continue reading

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RCMP playing Russian Roulette with Mounties’ lives


Former RCMP officer Eric Rebiere believes that a Mountie who committed suicide could have been saved if the RCMP had a similar program to VAC’s OSI for its officers, both current and retired, suffering from PTSD. This is not the first time our … Continue reading

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URGENT!! Reporter wants to talk to RCMP disabled veterans re: treatment by VRAB


Eric Rebiere, former Cst. RCMP 37515 and CF Veteran, has summarized a history of the RCMP that proves it has served in war and battle conditions, thus making them combat veterans in the true sense of the word.  Shirlee Engel, … Continue reading

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Open Letter to the Government of Canada, the Media, Veterans Groups and the RCMP


Dear Concerned Citizens, First off, I would like all concerned to know that this is my opinion and idea on how the New Veterans Charter (NVC) can in some ways be corrected or at least transitioned without so much harm … Continue reading

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Winnipeg Free Press going after VRAB’s mistreatment of veterans


Murray Brewster, a well-known journalist who covered the war in Afghanistan and witnessed what many of our veterans endured while fighting there, is accessing VRAB records and communications through the Freedom of Information Act to expose the  unpardonable treatment of vets by our … Continue reading

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Four veterans demand the Private Commissioner investigate breaches to their private medical records


NO ONE IS ABOVE THE LAW By Eric Rebiere (Former Cst. RCMP 37515 LSGC) Has their been a criminal conspiracy to illegally access personal/medical information of disabled Military and RCMP veteran(s) in the care of Veterans Affairs Canada contrary to the … Continue reading

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New Democrats repeat call for inquiry into Veterans Affairs


Today I received this note from Mike Blais with the attached NDP press release. I have nothing more to add because I agree with Mike. Pictured to the right is NDP Member of Parliament, Peter Stoffer, who repeats his call for an investigation … Continue reading

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