Attacker Became Victim Mar. 1, 2003
Cpl. Richard Noel: From Newfoundland Ranger to the RCMP Aug. 1, 2020
Richard Noel is ninety-one years old and lives by himself in a condo in St. John’s. He was born August 16, 1927. He has to lean in to hear what I was saying, and there is a slight tremor in his hands when he pulled the small black and white photos of h… Read More
Cyril Goodyear: The pursuit of Justice and the Great Outdoors Aug. 1, 2020
Cyril Goodyear has worn an incredible number of hats in his lifetime. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force, is one of the last surviving Newfoundland Rangers, a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, a lawyer, a judge, a chief judge an… Read More
Dated Message on Door of Shack was Lost Fliers' Hope of Rescue - But Fate Played a Cruel Trick Oct. 24, 1940
Official report by Ranger Hogan RE flight and ordeal in the wilderness 1943-05 to 1943-06
S/Sgt. John Hogan: The Hogan Trail Aug. 1, 2020
In 2002 the RCMP Mounted Police Foundation donated $6000 to build a seating area with a plaque that told the unbelievable story of The Hogan Trail on the Northern Peninsula. On May 8th, 1943, Newfoundland Ranger John Hogan was stationed at Goose Bay Ai… Read More
The Glorious 90 Aug. 1, 2020
Newfoundland officially joined Canada at midnight, March 31st, 1949. The next day, April first, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police officially arrived in the country’s newest province. But the Mounties actually arrived in the province on March 21st, 1949… Read More
The Lone Ranger Staff Sgt. Lew Stuckless Aug. 1, 2020
Following Confederation with Canada in 1949, the Newfoundland Ranger Force, formed in 1935 to police the rural areas of what is now the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, ceased to exist. The last man to join the famous Newfoundland Rangers was Lou… Read More