As you may have heard or read, many members of the RCMP are staging a passive protest of government’s long-promised but inadequate new pay package by removing or covering the yellow stripe on their uniform blue – while still serving their communities. The NPF supports all members’ right to protest. Although the NPF’s resources are … Read more
This email is a bit longer than most, but some members have been asking how to respond to questions about the “savemyrcmp” website. To ensure we have the most accurate information, we asked law enclosed. Mr. Rootham provides legal counsel to NPF and has extensive experience advising labour relations yer Chris Rootham of Nelligan O’Brien … Read more
As you’ve no doubt heard or read, Treasury Board approved 1.25% pay increases for 2015 and 2016, and a 2.3% market adjustment, effective April 1, 2016. Not surprisingly, this package is sadly similar to other public service unions and clearly does not take into account the RCMP’s role as Canada’s national police force which is … Read more
In response to member input, today we have released a proposed map illustrating what we believe to be fair representation for members across our vast and diverse country and service areas. We invite member feedback on this proposed structure.
Honourable Senator, We write to you today on behalf of the over 4,000 regular members, reservists and special constables of the RCMP who have joined the National Police Federation as their employee organization of choice. The NPF has been closely watching the progress of Bill C-4 An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code, the … Read more
On March 21st, 2017, the National Police Federation hosted a special “Just The Facts” live town hall. This event was primarily for members who have not yet joined NPF but really it was for anyone who wanted simple and high-level information about representation and NPF. Please share with your colleagues and friends!