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Union says RCMP decision not to comment further on mass shooting ‘difficult’ for front-line officers. The union representing RCMP officers in Nova Scotia says its members are finding it challenging that the force has stopped releasing information about the April mass shooting, especially as they continue to struggle with the personal toll of responding to the killing…

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Union wants Mounties’ pay brought closer to what municipal police officers earn After a series of pandemic-related delays, the head of the union representing Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers says salary negotiations are back in full swing — a process that could see policing costs swell across much of the country. https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/rcmp-union-salary-bargaining-1.5716946

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The National Police Federation (NPF) argues Surrey’s proposed police transition would reduce the number of police officers in Surrey: giving people less for more, as taxpayers would be burdened with unexpected and growing costs related to the transition. Funding the plan has also resulted in the cancellation of several long-awaited and promised projects and services…

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The RCMP Commissioner and the head of the force’s union say they are “disappointed” by commentary from those who have speculated there may have been a different outcome to an incident at Rideau Hall had the intruder been another race. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/politics/article-rcmp-disappointed-by-commentary-that-race-a-factor-in-quiet-rideau/

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