NPF-FPN In The News

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North Vancouver RCMP alter uniforms in protest over low wages

Apr 6, 2017

NSNEWS – RCMP officer are getting their first raise in years, although some local members are staging a protest in … Read more

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Fed up with waiting, Quebec’s Mounties attempt to form own union

Apr 4, 2017

CBC – Mounties in Quebec have decided to try to go it alone on the unionization front. The Quebec Mounted … Read more

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RCMP seeks to reverse $141,000 harassment ruling

Mar 30, 2017

THESTAR – OTTAWA—The RCMP has launched a late-hour bid to overturn a scathing judgment last month that ordered the force … Read more

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Search begins for new top Mountie as RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson says he’ll retire in June

Mar 6, 2017

INSIDEHALTON – A high-stakes search for a new leader of the RCMP is underway after Commissioner Bob Paulson announced he … Read more

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A new group looks to become voice for RCMP

Feb 25, 2017

MIX103.7 – A new group is holding a town hall meeting as they look to become certified bargaining agents for … Read more

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Big bonuses for RCMP top brass as front-line Mounties go without pay hikes – Politics

Feb 17, 2017

EONTV – t’s called “at risk” performance pay, even though it went to senior Mounties with desk jobs. In 2016, … Read more

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National Police Federation files complaint with Labour Relations Board

Feb 16, 2017

Stettler Independent – The National Police Federation (NPF) filed a complaint with the Public Service Labour Relations and Employment Board … Read more

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National Police Federation Files Complaint with Labour Relations Boarders’ Ability to Meaningfully Organize

Feb 14, 2017

GLOBE NEWSWIRE – OTTAWA, Feb. 14, 2017 The National Police Federation (NPF) today filed a complaint with the Public Service … Read more

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National Police Federation Files Complaint with Labour Relations Board Claiming Communication Ban Prevents Members’ Ability to Meaningfully Organize

Feb 14, 2017

(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The National Police Federation (NPF) today filed a complaint with the Public Service Labour Relations and Employment … Read more

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CUPE makes 1st move to unionize some members of RCMP

Jan 13, 2017

CBC – The RCMP’s 911 dispatchers could be the first sworn members of the national police force to be unionized. … Read more

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Mountie management accused of favouritism

Aug 11, 2016

BLUELINE – An employee association that’s jockeying to become the Mounties’ first-ever union has filed an unfair-labour-practices complaint against RCMP … Read more

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RCMP brass accused of favouritism in drive to unionize the Mounties

Aug 4, 2016

OTTAWACITIZEN – The Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada has filed the complaint with the Public Service Labour Relations and … Read more

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Many Mounties oppose opening ranks to permanent residents, easing entrance requirements, spokesmen say

Jul 25, 2016

STARPHOENIX – An association that represents some of Canada’s Mounties says members have “grave reservations” about the RCMP’s recent decision … Read more

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Many Mounties oppose opening ranks to permanent residents, easing entrance requirements, spokesmen say

Jul 24, 2016

NATIONALPOST – An association that represents some of Canada’s Mounties says members have “grave reservations” about the RCMP’s recent decision … Read more

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Senate rewrites RCMP bill to broaden bargaining, grievance rights for Mounties

Jun 15, 2016

NORTHBAYNIPISSING – In another demonstration of senators flexing their law-making muscle, a Senate committee voted Tuesday to significantly amend an … Read more

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Senators remove controversial bargaining limits in RCMP union bill

Jun 14, 2016

CBCNEWS – A committee of senators has scrapped the most controversial elements of the government’s bill to allow Mounties to … Read more

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National Defence – Part 2

Jun 6, 2016

CPAC – The committee resumes its study of Bill C-7, which would allow RCMP officers to unionize. Senators first hear … Read more

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RCMP union bill moves forward without change to health benefits

Apr 21, 2016

CBC – Parliament’s public safety committee has deleted two controversial sections of a bill that would have moved injured Mounties … Read more

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Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security

Apr 14, 2016

PARLIAMENT OF CANADA – I’m calling the 10th meeting of the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security to … Read more

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Mr. Brian Sauvé (Co-Chair, National Police Federation) at the Public Safety and National Security Committee

Apr 14, 2016

Open Parliament – Good morning, Mr. Chair and members of the committee. Thank you for allowing us to speak today … Read more

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RCMP chief hits media speed bump after traffic stop story

Apr 1, 2016

THESTAR – OTTAWA—RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson, who joked about being pulled over for speeding on a B.C. highway last year, … Read more

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