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Police from Manitoba to pay respects to slain Moncton officers

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The commanding officer of the RCMP in Manitoba is one of seven members from the province that will attend the funeral for the slain officers in Moncton.

The RCMP delegation from Manitoba will be led by Assistant Commissioner Kevin Brosseau, the commanding officer of D Division, and Staff Sgt. Major Wayne Foster.

Five other RCMP officers will attend the funeral today. All has a connection to either the fallen officers or to the province of New Brunswick

They are serving in Winnipeg, Steinbach and Portage la Prairie.

The Winnipeg Police Service is also sending four officers to the funeral today, including Deputy Chief Dave Thorne.

A book of condolence will be set up in the foyer at D Division headquarters at 1091 Portage Ave., and members of the public are welcome to sign. Condolences can be emailed to condolences_condoleances@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.

The RCMP Foundation has set up the Moncton Memorial Fund in memory of the three fallen officers. Donations can be made online only.

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Updated on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at 9:23 AM CDT: Ads photo

10:53 AM: Fixes link

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