The North-West Mounted Police (which later became the Royal Canadian Mounted Police) established a post in 1882 in Regina, Saskatchewan. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (R.C.M.P.) have since established their main training academy there, which is called "Depot", or Depot Division.
MP tells House of Commons that land policy in N.W.T. should favour settler over speculator
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^House of Commons Debates, 4th Parliament, 4th Session; Vol. 1, pg. 15. Accessed 8 October 2019 [parl.canadiana.ca]
^Canada; Parliament; House of Commons, Official Reports of the Debates of the House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada (1882), pg. 1477. Accessed 5 October 2019 [www.collectionscanada.ca]
^Speech Delivered by John Charlton, M.P., on the Government Land Policy in the North-West; From Official Debates; House of Commons, Session 1882 (1882). Accessed 5 October 2019 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]
^Alexander Staveley Hill, From Home to Home; Autumn Wanderings in the Northwest[...] (1885), pgs. 195-212. Accessed 5 October 2019 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]