An early North West Mounted Police post, representative of the role of the police force in the 1876 to 1885 period and specifically of the role played by the force during the North-West RebellionThe white-washed Commanding Officer’s house stands tall under endless prairie skies as the winding North Saskatchewan river flows by and scarlet serge-clad soldiers march past on parade. Step back into life in the 1800s at Fort Battleford and discover a tempestuous chapter in our history. From the home of one of the divisions of the newly-formed North West Mounted Police to capital of the Northwest Territories, connect to Canada’s recent past.
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