BREAKING NEWS

Transition period and Dues

Transition Period: Since the NPF was certified on July 12, 2019, we have been working with the RCMP and Treasury Board to advance representation of the membership. There are a number of administrative issues that need to be implemented before we can effectively represent you, and we are in the process of working on those…

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NPF is Officially Certified and A Time for Acknowledgements

Your National Police Federation is now officially certified as your independent national bargaining agent and labour representative. This has been an incredibly long road for RCMP members not only over the past four years but, indeed, throughout the force’s entire history. So, with this historic milestone achieved, we would like to pause momentarily and thank the main…

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Objecting to RCMP’s Proposed Managerial/Confidential Excluded Positions

When the NPF applied for certification, Treasury Board responded with a list of positions they believe are considered “managerial or confidential” and should be excluded from the NPF. The list is exhaustive and covers over 1,000 positions nationwide, as many of you will remember. We believe those of you in this category deserve representation and…

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Vote Results In – 97% Support – NPF is Certified!!!

The NPF is pleased to announce the FPSLREB has released the certification vote results. You can read the entire decision here (link). As you can see, the ballots have been counted and the NPF has won a majority (96.9% of ballots cast) in the certification vote with the ballot count as follows: # of eligible…

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NPF makes request to FPSLREB for a decision and RCMP Civilian Advisory Board appointed

NPF makes request to FPSLREB for decision We feel your frustration waiting for the FPSLREB to issue their decision. As with all quasi-judicial tribunals, we cannot attempt to sway the decision makers directly. Last week, however, the NPF wrote to the Executive Director and General Counsel of the FPSLREB (and others) to express the membership’s disappointment and…

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