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RCMP Cnst. Tim Sparks (left) takes part in a formation drill during a training session at Pitt Meadows Regional Airport for safe motorcycle escort techniques last week.  Twenty-five officers took part in such training at several locations in the Lower Mainland, including those from Alberta, Kelowna, Victoria and Chemainus. The officers learned traffic formations for moving international dignitaries and for special events, such as Cops for Cancer. - Colleen Flanagan
RCMP Cnst. Tim Sparks (left) takes part in a formation drill during a training session at Pitt Meadows Regional Airport for safe motorcycle escort techniques last week. Twenty-five officers took part in such training at several locations in the Lower Mainland, including those from Alberta, Kelowna, Victoria and Chemainus. The officers learned traffic formations for moving international dignitaries and for special events, such as Cops for Cancer.
— image credit: Colleen Flanagan
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