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NPF sends second request to FPSLREB for a decision — and clarification about “interim raise” rumors

NPF follow up to FPSLREB for decision

As you may recall, on May 29th the NPF wrote to the Chair (link), the Executive Director and General Counsel of the FPSLREB (among others) to express our dissatisfaction with their delayed decision in the QMPMA Charter challenge.

On July 1, we wrote again (link) to the Chair to express our continued displeasure. Once again, we received confirmation this letter was forwarded to the panel members for their review.

We will continue to pressure the FPSLREB to make and publish a decision on this matter. As frustrating as this protracted process is, these reminders are all we can do as we wait it out.

Interim raise rumors

As we updated on April 3, (link), there are continued rumors about Treasury Board (TB) making an offer of some form of interim raise. The NPF has not received anyproposal from TB in any way, shape or form.

The NPF has written directly to three consecutive TB Presidents and met with Public Safety representatives to explain how TB can ask the FPSLREB for a “consent order” to implement a raise for 2017 and 2018. The statutory freeze imposed by our application for certification places the ball directly in TB’s court to make the first move. They have not.

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:

In the meantime, here are three other things you can do to help.

  1. Join the NPF.  Click here.
  2. Share this information with your colleagues.
  3. Stay informed by downloading our app on iTunes or Google Play. (You don’t need to join or share your personal email to use our app.)


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