North Vancouver RCMP bids farewell to newly promoted Superintendent Andy LeClair, who has served the North Vancouver community as Acting Officer in Charge and Operations Officer for the past year and a half.
Superintendent LeClair is originally from Prince Edward Island and joined the RCMP on October 29, 1990. He joined his brother, also an RCMP officer, at his first posting in Burnaby, and has spent his entire career to date serving the Lower Mainland. He believes in keeping his options open while working toward a goal, which has led to an exciting, ever-changing and challenging career.
Superintendent LeClair has served in a variety of positions within the RCMP and this breadth of experience will serve him well as he returns to the Maritimes in his new role. As District Commander for Western New Brunswick, he will be overseeing 18 Detachments.
“30 Years have flown by,” said Superintendent LeClair. “It has been a privilege to work with the North Vancouver community, including the vibrant First Nations community, and the volunteers, municipal employees and members at the detachment. I am proud of the strong connection between the police and the community and how we have worked together to enhance public safety and take care of one another.”
North Vancouver RCMP thanks Superintendent LeClair for his dedication and meaningful leadership, and wishes him well in his new role. As Lucy Maud Montgomery, the author of ‘Anne of Green Gables’, penned in Prince Edward Island’s patriotic song, “The Island Hymn”, “Wehere’er we dwell; forever may we stand as brothers hand in hand”.
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