The "March On Fort Whoop-Up" is a comic book depicting the formation of the North-West Mounted Police, the forerunner of today's Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Project History
Artist: Claude St. Aubin Bio
• News & Media
Retail Locations
Sample Pages

News & Media:

    News:

  • NWMP Comic in Schools
    Following are some schools in Southern Alberta that are utilizing "The March On Fort Whoop-Up" as a learning resource.

    • Westglen School, Didsbury
    • Glenmore Christian Academy, Calgary
    • Evergreen Colony School, M.D. Of Taber
    • Galbraith Elementary, Lethbridge
    • St. Patrick's Fine Arts Elementary, Lethbridge
    • Coalhurst Elementary, Coalhurst
    • Calvin Christian, Monarch
    • Chamberlain School, Grassy Lake
    • Canyon Elementary, Pincher Creek
    • Erle Rivers High, Milk River
    • Copperfield Colony School, M.D. Of Taber

    Print:

  • Aug. 13/07 - The March On Fort Whoop-Up featured in the Lethbridge Herald article "Marching onto the comic book pages" by Tony Clarke.

  • The March On Fort Whoop-Up featured in the Spring 2007 Legacy Magazine article "Comics bring RCMP history to life" by Katherine Wasiak.

    Video:

  • Sept. 4/07 - The March On Fort Whoop-Up featured on Scene & Heard with Mark Campbell.
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