The MacBride Museum gratefully acknowledges the financial investment by the Department of Canadian Heritage in the creation of this online presentation for the Virtual Museum of Canada. We would also acknowledge the support of the Virtual Museum of Canada Board for their support.
We would like to thank the Royal Canadian Mounted Police members (retired) including Hank Moorlag who hosted the interviews and assisted us in finding willing participants. We would like to thank Hank, Bill Pringle, Jim Hickling, Art Deer, Rueben Fendrik and Jim Shook, a retired Alaska State Trooper, for sharing their stories. Without all of them, this website would have not been possible.
We would like to thank our institutional partners, the Dawson City Museum and Historical Society, Yukon Archives and Artefacts Canada for their energy and assistance.
We greatly appreciate the technical, research and production assistance of:
Matt Ball, Cracked Web Design
Jeremiah Percival, Third Eye Design
Greg Skuce, Vintage Ventures
Zeke Aasman, Aasman Design
Geof Harries, Aasman Design
Richard Lawrence, Arcticomp
Angélique Bernard, Traduction ABC Translation
Chantal Le Corvec
Drew Ball, Yukon Government Museums Unit
The Board would also like to thank the MacBride Museum staff: Patricia Cunning, Cathy Ritchie, Alexis Jensen, and Tracey Anderson for their ideas and direction in making this project possible. This project used research and presentation work undertaken by MacBride Museum in 1995 for the RCMP Centennial.
We would also like to thank Kim Gauvin and Jennifer Baird of the Department of Canadian Heritage for their support and encouragement.