RCMP Path of Reconciliation
The RCMP is actively engaging in the continuous process of reconciliation, and working to strengthen trust and relationships. We are listening and taking positive actions.
We have been engaging with national Inuit, First Nations and Métis leaders. We are formalizing working relationships that will strengthen not only information sharing, but also how we consult with Indigenous partners on the work we do.
We recognize that the work of reconciliation is long-term. The RCMP commits to working with its Government of Canada partners to align federal actions as a response to Reclaiming Power and Place: The Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. We will also continue to work with these partners to advance specific policies, procedures, and processes that will further close policing gaps.
Divisional Reconciliation Strategies
As part of our modernization efforts (Vision150), the RCMP in each province and territory are using a trauma-informed approach to co-develop reconciliation strategies with stakeholders and communities, employees and advocates.
- Alberta – K Division
- British Columbia – E Division
- Manitoba – D Division
- New Brunswick – J Division (coming soon)
- Newfoundland and Labrador – B Division
- Northwest Territories – G Division (coming soon)
- Nova Scotia – H Division
- Nunavut – V Division
- Ontario – O Division
- Prince Edward Island – L Division (coming soon)
- Quebec – C Division
- Saskatchewan – F Division
- Yukon – M Division
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