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 frustration with this protracted and almost laughable process. We have received confirmation this letter was forwarded to the panel members for their review. You can read the letter here (link).
RCMP Civilian Advisory Board appointed
This week, the Government of Canada announced 13 appointees to the new RCMP civilian advisory board. It remains to be seen what the mandate of this board will be and how much, if any impact it will have on the RCMP. The NPF was disappointed that there was no position on this board for a representative from the NPF or any bargaining agent for the membership of the RCMP. In April, the NPF wrote to Minister Goodale, expressing the NPF rationale and desire to be on this committee, clearly to no avail. You can read that letter here (link).
Benefits of Membership
Only NPF members receive interesting and notable updates and links to our evolving Rights and Responsibilities Handbook so please share these and other benefits of membership with your colleagues.
Also, our new website has launched with a “Members Only” access area. All registered NPF members chose a username and password when they initially joined NPF. If you have forgotten yours, please follow the link below to reset your password so you can continue to have seamless access to NPF information on our new website.
Password reset: http://npf-fpn.com/login/
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