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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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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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Statement from Brian Sauvé, President: “Our hearts are heavy with grief and sadness today as we have lost one of our own. Our thoughts go out to our Member’s family and friends. A second dedicated Member was injured in the line of duty today. We will do everything we can to support them and wish…

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Fellow Members, On behalf of the Board of Directors, NPF President Brian Sauvé prepared a video updating Members on bargaining as a top priority and the strong and positive response we’re seeing on our social media for Members across the country. We hope you’re experiencing that, too. Thank you for all your doing to keep…

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Fellow Members, Following a rigorous executive recruitment, vetting and interview process, The Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of three new senior executives, each of whom will enhance our ability to serve our Members effectively. Michael Brennan has been appointed Chief Administrative Officer effective May 1, 2020. Michael’s first months will focus on…

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The NPF Board of Directors continues to represent Members interests in this ever-growing pandemic. Some of our key areas of focus and accomplishments include: We have confirmed through the RCMP and Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) that a permanent injury or death due to work-related COVID-19 exposure will be considered an on-duty injury and duty related…

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Re: NPF General Updates Since your Board was confirmed in January 2020, we have been hard at work on many ongoing initiatives, updated below: Conduct matters: The response by the Membership to the NPF conduct@npf-fpn.com email address has been fantastic. Hundreds of cases are being managed by local and NPF legal counsel, representing members in a wide…

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We encourage and remind registered NPF members to ensure your NPF profile reflects your correct District of duty. This will ensure you receive the appropriate nomination and voting package and will enable us to communicate with you on important local issues. Please log in and check that your information is correct and thoroughly completed. The following short video…

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