PH auxiliary constable honoured for years of service Auxiliary Constable Dan Daly was recognized Oct. 5 for his long service with the RCMP. Daly received his 25-year pin from acting Commander Officer RCMP “E” Division

PH auxiliary constable honoured for years of service

Port Hardy auxiliary officer hounored for long service

Auxiliary Constable Dan Daly was recognized Oct. 5 for his long service with the RCMP.

Daly received his 25-year pin from acting Commander Officer RCMP “E” Division, assistant Commissioner Craig Callens.

Daly joined the program in Port Alice in 1984, and continued to serve the community when he and his family moved to Port Hardy.

Dan has been serving with Port Hardy ever since.

Daly’s local knowledge of the communities has been invaluable to many RCMP members in Port Alice and Port Hardy.

 

 

 

 

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