Mounted Police Professional Association Applauds Senate Committee’s Amendments of Bill C-7 Following Commissioner’s Testimony

June 17th, 2016 Media Release

SURREY, BC, June 15, 2016 /CNW/ – The Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada (MPPAC) is pleased that the Senate Committee has today removed all the contentious exemptions of Bill C-7 that removed key labour issues in the collective bargaining process. This speaks volumes to the testimony yesterday provided by RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson to…

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Commissioner Paulson Bill C-7 Testimony

June 14th, 2016 Media Release

The Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada (MPPAC) is disappointed, though not entirely surprised, that RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson was vague and incomplete in his answers to Senate Security Committee today. Commissioner Paulson was responding to questions to in support of 8 exclusions from Bill C-7. His justification focused on promoting “management’s rights” on all…

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MPPAC disappointed RCMP pleads not guilty to CLC charges

May 14th, 2016 Media Release

Surrey, B.C. — The Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada (MPPAC) yesterday expressed significant disappointment that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s Management plead not guilty to four violations of the Canadian Labour Code related to the force’s equipment, training and supervision in the June 4, 2014 shooting rampage that took the lives of three Mounties.…

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MPPAC Can Lead the Way Against Workplace Harassment

May 4th, 2016 Media Release

Surrey -The Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada (MPPAC) says the Government of Canada is doing an injustice to members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) by not including harassment and discrimination among a host of other issues in its new legislation to create a new labour  relations regime for the RCMP: Bill C-7.…

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RCMP Members Deserve The Right to Speak UP

April 28th, 2016 Media Release

Surrey, British Columbia — The Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada (MPPAC) made a positive impact on protecting the constitutional rights of members of the Royal Canadi- an Mounted Police (RCMP) in a British Columbia Provincial Court this week. By testifying before a justice, RCMP retired officers Rolly Beaulieu and David Reichert made the case…

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Message Template Standing Committee

April 24th, 2016 Media Release

Your national executive have created a template letter for a response you will find easy to complete to forward recipients who form the Standing Committee on Bill C7 as well as some other interested parties involved in Bill C7. (addressed noted at the bottom of the template message) We have created this template (which can…

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MPPAC Invites RCMP Members to Join Efforts to Revamp Legislation

March 11th, 2016 Media Release

The Mounted Police Professional Association (MPPAC) is inviting all rank-and-file members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to join the association and take part in efforts to amend the new labour relations legislation tabled by the Government of Canada. “This bill must be debated and passed into law within two months, which is a very…

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