Although not the newspaper article you are seeking, here are a few references to his extraordinary exploits in the North;http://tinyurl.com/d6zx9n8
Honoured in Places: Remembered Mounties Across Canada
by William J. Hulgaard
Taggart Lake in Nunavut is named after Reginald A Taggart, in honour of his 1929 patrol with Inspector Joy. Taggart served in the RCMP from May 27 1927 to December 7 1957, serving in seven divisions and retiring as a sergeant. In 1929, his exploration of Ellesmere Island covered 2736 Km in 81 days. For details of the trip, see the Joy River entry in this book.