The RCMP Heritage Centre’s main gallery takes visitors on a journey through the history of the Mounted Police and its evolution from a frontier police to a modern police force known around the globe. Anchored by the evocative “March of the Mounties”, a 30-metre cavalcade of life-size artifacts chronicling the history of the force, from a cannon used in the 1874 March West to equipment from the last dog-sled patrol in 1969, the main gallery tells the story and history of the force through seven core exhibitions.
Remember to check the display cases along the wall to your left as you enter the Main Gallery:
“Commemorating the RCMP”, proudly sponsored by Canada Post
“We Wear our Careers on our Chests”, proudly sponsored by SaskPower
The RCMP Heritage Centre acknowledges that Saskatchewan is on treaty land. These treaties serve to govern our relationships with Indigenous people. The RCMP Heritage Centre is located on Treaty 4 territory, which is the traditional territory of the Nehiyaw/Cree, Saulteaux, Dakota, Lakota, Nakota and formerly Blackfoot. The RCMP Heritage Centre also acknowledge the traditional homeland of the Métis and honour their contributions