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The National Police Federation will be holding its 2021 Annual General Meeting on June 23. Due to the size and national scope of the NPF, our bylaws stipulate that 20 elected delegates will represent and vote on behalf of Members at the meeting, rather than inviting all individual Members. As per NPF bylaws, each Region…

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This will be a difficult weekend for our friends and colleagues in Nova Scotia. We stand with you a year after the shocking and tragic violence, and ongoing trauma of April 18 and 19, 2020. It’s difficult to find the right words as we continue to remember and miss Heidi Stevenson, support Chad Morrison in…

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Despite a slower news time due to Easter and COVID-19 news dominance, the NPF was still featured in key regional and stories nationally: The proposed Surrey police transition is still making headlines in the Lower Mainland. In Saskatchewan, trailing coverage of the CRCC Report on the RCMP investigation of the death of Colten Boushie referenced…

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We know that the NPF’s Membership has many questions regarding the ongoing Collective Bargaining the NPF is currently undertaking on your behalf. Below is the first in a series of several videos that we will share weekly to provide more information on the bargaining process and shed light on your most frequently asked questions. Dennis…

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Since early January, we have continued to advocate to provincial leaders directly and through the media to encourage all provinces and territories to follow the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) guidance, which places first responders, including police officers, in the Stage 2 priority group. Since our update to you last month, the provinces of British Columbia, Quebec…

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Spruce Grove Church Protests This weekend, the NPF stood up for Members assigned to enforce an Alberta Health Services order to close GraceLife Church in Spruce Grove, Alberta for repeated COVID-19 measure violations. This is a classic example of some members of the public and some politicians blaming the RCMP for enforcing or upholding laws…

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Following is a list of upcoming NPF Family Services events. We’ll continue to share an update regularly. NPF Family Services is pleased to offer a helpful webinar for Members and your families, as well as a fun opportunity for RCMP spouses to virtually gather and unwind together. Please share this with your family. Empowered Parenting Webinar…

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The National Police Federation will be holding its 2021 Annual General Meeting on June 23. Due to the size and national scope of the NPF, our bylaws stipulate that 20 elected delegates will represent and vote on behalf of Members at the meeting, rather than inviting all individual Members. As per NPF bylaws, each Region…

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As promised, on Thursday, April 1, 2021, the NPF filed our application seeking full participant status to represent and advocate for RCMP Members directly involved in the tragic mass shooting in and near Portapique. The NPF is uniquely placed to support our Members during this public inquiry, and we look forward to being granted full…

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The Yukon election has been called for Monday, April 12, 2021. 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 for policing…

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