RCMP Celebrate Canada's 150th By Posing For Photo On Terrifying B.C. Suspension Bridge

Our hats are off to you, Mounties.

We're going to be seeing plenty of over-the-top displays of patriotism as we near closer to July 1, 2017, the 150th anniversary of Canada's Confederation.

After all, it's been going on all year.

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But we have to give a hand to the RCMP in B.C., who decided to demonstrate their loyalty to — and trust in — the country by posing for a photo that frankly terrifies us.

A hundred Mounties in their iconic red serge got together on North Vancouver’s Capilano Suspension Bridge, a picturesque and popular tourist attraction.

Take a gander at what that looks like.

That bridge is 70 metres up in the air — and it wobbles.

The officers came from detachments across Vancouver's Lower Mainland for the "once-in-a-lifetime and once-in-a-career opportunity to be part of an historic photo occasion," said Supt. Chris Kennedy who commands the North Vancouver RCMP detachment.

And for all our scaredy-catness, there is something glorious about seeing these officers, dressed in their iconic uniforms, standing proudly among the Canadian wilderness.

Just another day at the office

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Even when it started raining on them.

Thanks for all you've done, and all you continue to do, RCMP.