Special tribute was paid today to Constable Vincent Roy of the Bromont, Que., Police Service whose name was etched in a glass panel that stands at the Memorial Pavilion in the nation's capital, which now carries the names of 826 fallen officers. Roy was struck and killed during a routine traffic stop on December 1, 2011.
Also honoured this year were
- Staff Sergeant George H. Bossange, killed June 21, 1919 as a member of the Royal North West Mounted Police, a force that was merged with Dominion Police in 1920 to the current Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
- Constable George Armstrong who died while on duty with the Nipigon Police in northern Ontario on July 18, 1919.
- Ontario Provincial Police County Constable Harry Fordham, who died February 2, 1942.