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Re: June Bargaining Update Following up on my last update on bargaining on June 10, I met last week with the Chief Human Resources Officer of the Treasury Board (TB), Nancy Chahwan, followed by a meeting this past week with Minister Jean-Yves Duclos,  President of the Treasury Board. In both meetings, I asserted our desire…

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The National Police Federation and its Membership recognize and decry racism, discrimination, and bias in Canada and globally. We believe recent and ongoing conversations, protests and education are an important expression of our shared desire and commitment to change. https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2020/06/08/2045154/0/en/Media-Statement-from-Brian-Sauv%C3%A9-President-Racism-and-the-Importance-of-Respect-for-all-Canadians-including-Members-of-the-RCMP.html

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The head of the RCMP says her organization will begin the work of outfitting some of its officers with body cameras — a move that comes in the midst of a global wave of mass protests against police brutality. https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/rcmp-body-camera-1.5603030  

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Voting for Local Rep positions continues until June 12th at 23:59hrs. Those who have not already voted should receive a reminder email ballot from Simply Voting. If you have not received a ballot, please email support@npf-fpn.com. Reminder that there were many Districts with acclamations and only those Districts listed here are conducting votes. We encourage all registered voters…

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Campaigning for Local Rep positions ends at 23:59hrs tonight and voting for the local representative(s) in your district will begin tomorrow. The voting period is May 30 to June 12, 2020. We encourage all registered voters to review the candidate campaign material here: (link) and take the opportunity to vote for the candidate(s) of your…

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Unfair Labour Practice Complaint win: In February 2018, the NPF filed an Unfair Labour Practice (ULP) complaint regarding changes to the NCO Promotion process requiring the mandatory completion of the Supervisor and Manager Development Programs (SDP/MDP) before being eligible to promote to the next rank. The NPF is supportive of more training for Members but…

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The NPF is pleased to announce that the Nomination Period closed on May 16 and the Returning Officer has completed their review of all packages. Candidates who have been acclaimed, listed by District can be seen here: (Link) Candidates who will be conducting campaigns and proceed to a vote can be seen here: (Link) Please…

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Compensation Reference Guides: The NPF receives many inquiries from Members about similar topics on compensation, overtime, meal claims and travel status. We have developed two quick reference guides for Members to use:  the first examines many different overtime scenarios and the second examines meal claim scenarios and travel status. Member Guide on Compensation Member Appendix…

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Mental Health Awareness Week & Beyond the Blue Canada: The law enforcement community is a tight one and we support each other. As evidenced by the Canadian Institute on Public Safety Research and Training (CIPSRT) study from 2017, public safety personnel are at higher risk for mental health disorders. Please take care of yourselves, your colleagues…

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Our Members’ and the public’s outpouring of support for Cst. Heidi Stevenson and all victims in the Colchester County, NS tragedy was exceptional. We were so impressed and moved by the widespread participation in Wear Red Friday and related photos and videos that we created our own video highlighting some of the images shared from…

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