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Two weeks ago, the NPF kicked-off our #KeepAlbertaRCMP campaign through the launch of a Facebook page and website, as well as stories in the Edmonton Journal and Western Standard. We have received strong support across the province in the past week and we need your help to keep building momentum in support of the Alberta…

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The Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Election has been called for Saturday, February 13. 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 lives and careers as RCMP Members. The questionnaire is focused on policing resource challenges and support…

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The National Police Federation will be hosting an hour-long virtual town hall on the evening of Thursday, February 11 to provide a brief update on NPF activities, followed by a Q&A session with Members. The town hall will be kicked off with opening remarks from NPF President Brian Sauvé. G Division Time:            7:00 pm MST…

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On January 19, CBC News carried a story about the effects of COVID on our training programs and vacancy rates across the country, and in particular at Depot Division, published online and carried across CBC Radio morning programs across the country. On January 21, we issued a Statement on the Delayed CRCC Report on the…

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OTTAWA — As Mounties move forward to outfit officers with body-worn cameras, the parliamentary budget officer estimates it will cost $131 million over five years. A costing note Thursday said the RCMP is expected to purchase 12,500 camera subscriptions for use across the country at 700 detachments. Read more: https://calgarysun.com/news/national/rcmp-body-cameras-to-cost-131-million-over-five-years-budget-officer

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OTTAWA — The union representing front-line RCMP officers is asking federal and provincial officials to consider Mounties for priority access to COVID-19 vaccination. The National Police Federation says inoculating its members will ensure the safety of both officers and the communities they serve. Letters have gone out to provincial premiers as well as justice and…

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From January 26 to January 28, your NPF Collective Bargaining Committee met with Treasury Board for a further bargaining session. As you are aware, the ever-increasing travel restrictions meant that “in person” is somewhat convoluted, forcing us to use a mix of different platforms including virtual and face-to-face, with some travel required. It is certainly…

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NPF released the following media statement this morning: “Ottawa, ON — Following is a statement from Brian Sauvé, President of the National Police Federation, regarding the recent complaint in La Ronge, Saskatchewan. “We have been following the recent situation in La Ronge, Saskatchewan, involving three front-line RCMP Members and a young woman seeking medical attention…

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We’ve all lost far too many friends and colleagues to mental health issues and operational stress injuries. This is an issue that is critically important to the NPF and, we know, to you as well. As police officers, many of our Members are exposed to repeated psychologically traumatic events that others cannot imagine on a…

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