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Union wants Mounties’ pay brought closer to what municipal police officers earn After a series of pandemic-related delays, the head of the union representing Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers says salary negotiations are back in full swing — a process that could see policing costs swell across much of the country. https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/rcmp-union-salary-bargaining-1.5716946

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As you are aware, the B.C. Provincial Election set for Saturday, October 24, is in full swing. With election day looking different this year we encourage all those who can, to vote by mail. Elections B.C. recommends individuals to request their vote-by-mail packages by Saturday, October 17th.  First, and most importantly, the National Police Federation is non-partisan and…

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We hear you. Your NPF Board strongly disagrees with Friday’s RCMP directive to ban “Thin Blue Line” symbols from our uniform. We have strongly expressed our concerns with RCMP leadership, and we will continue to advocate for your right to display and honour this important and selfless symbol. As many of you know, the “Thin…

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Voting in seven Districts, below, has officially begun. Registered NPF Members can vote until next Friday, October 16, 2020 at 23:59 hrs ET for their Local Area Representative in these Districts: BC E Div North District MB D Div West District MB D Div East District (includes D Div HQ) ON National Div District NS…

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The National Police Federation will be hosting a town hall on Wednesday, October 14 to provide a brief update on NPF activities followed by Q&A with Members. North Battleford: Time:              1400 HRS Participants:  Brian Sauvé, President Morgan Buckingham, Director, Prairie/North Region Dereck Wierzbicki, Local Area Rep, SK Central District Location:        Western Development Museum Conference Room…

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As many of you will have heard, the Saskatchewan Provincial Election has been called for Monday, October 26, with advance polls and mail-in vote options. The National Police Federation will remain non-partisan and will not support or advocate for any specific party or candidate. However, to help our Members to consider various political parties’ platforms,…

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Your NPF Board met in Ottawa this week and, in addition to discussing how we can continue to expand and enhance our service to Members, including our first-ever Collective Agreement, we hosted two guest speakers: The Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Public Safety Minister Blair spoke with and took questions from various NPF Board Directors…

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As many of you will have heard, the B.C. Provincial Election has been called for Saturday, October 24, with advance polls and mail-in vote options. First, and most importantly, the National Police Federation will remain non-partisan and will not support or advocate for any specific party or candidate. This election, however, presents an important opportunity to stand-up…

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We know that successfully negotiating a Collective Agreement is the number one priority for our Members: it is also the top priority and goal for NPF. As we’ve mentioned previously, COVID restrictions have made it challenging to arrange face-to-face negotiations with Treasury Board. We are pleased to report, however, that your NPF Collective Bargaining Committee…

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