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The NPF has been actively standing up for Members in Nova Scotia and all across Canada, following negative comments from the Prime Minister last Friday and our corresponding OpEd published in the Chronicle-Herald and the Acadie Nouvelle. On Monday, in a ministerial press conference, a senior cabinet minister again blamed the RCMP for the lobster fishery rights situation…

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Ottawa, ON – Following is a statement from Brian Sauvé, President, National Police Federation, regarding the Nova Scotia Public Inquiry into Canada’s largest mass shooting: The National Police Federation welcomes yesterday’s appointment of Dr. Kim Stanton as the third Commissioner in the Nova Scotia Public Inquiry, and is calling on the federal and provincial governments…

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Many of you will have read or heard the news regarding the fishery dispute on the South Shore in Nova Scotia, and elected leaders criticizing RCMP involvement. This criticism is unwarranted, unacceptable and we are speaking up on behalf of our 1,060 Members in Nova Scotia – and all those across Canada in similar situations.…

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By Brian Sauvé President, National Police Federation Across the country, and against the ongoing backdrop of COVID-19, front-line RCMP Members continue to deal with new and unforeseen challenges and risks. Years of cuts to front-line services by governments of all levels, political stripes and jurisdictions have left police officers across Canada increasingly tasked with responding…

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Member Briefing Package – Election Day: Monday, October 26 The Saskatchewan Provincial Election has been called for Monday, October 26. To assist our Members in the voting process, NPF sent a questionnaire to the main political parties asking them to respond to key policy topics that impact your activities as RCMP Members. The questionnaire focused on two…

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On Friday morning, the Supreme Court of Canada issued a positive decision representing a progressive step for women and all Members of the RCMP in job-share arrangements. The appellants argued that existing RCMP pension policy was discriminatory on the grounds of sex and family status because, by contrast, Members who chose not to work or…

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The National Police Federation will be holding its first Annual General Meeting this December 15 to 17. Due to the size and national scope of the NPF, our bylaws stipulate that 21 elected delegates will represent and vote on behalf of all Members at the meeting, rather than inviting all individual Members. Delegates will have an…

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NPF President Brian Sauvé and Prairie/North Region Director Bobby Baker will be traveling across Manitoba this weekend and will be stopping in for Detachment Visits, as well as a general meet up. Please join us to discuss Collective Bargaining or any other matters you wish to learn more about. Visit – Dauphin RCMP Detachment: Time:             …

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