Supreme Court hears appeal for RCMP freedom of association

February 18th, 2014 Media Release

Mounted Police Members’ Legal Fund monies used to intervene against RCMP members’ lawful freedom of association OTTAWA – The Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada (MPPAC) is speaking out in Ottawa today as the Supreme Court hears the final appeal of RCMP members fighting for the freedom to form an independent collect bargaining association. In…

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Supreme Court of Canada hears a case next week

February 12th, 2014 Media Release

The Supreme Court of Canada hears a case next week….that will decide whether RCMP members have the right to form an independent association to bargain on their behalf. Listen to the three audio clips below. Creasser says this case has been 20 years in the making…and has implications for all unionized workplaces and their collective…

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February 10th, 2014 Media Release

Open letter to all Canadians  The Mounties are a Canadian icon, recognized and respected around the world. As we celebrate our national pride and support our Olympians, it’s important that we also demand fair treatment for the men and women in red who bravely serve in the RCMP. The RCMP is the only police force in…

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MPPAC stands beside Canadian Veterans

January 31st, 2014 Media Release

LANGLEY, BC – The Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada (MPPAC) supports Canadian veterans in their fight to prevent the closure of nine Veterans’ Affairs offices across Canada. These brave men and women have risked everything to make Canada the true north strong and free that it is today, and we ask the citizens of…

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RCMP members’ privacy and medical care collateral damage in Force vendetta against world-renowned psychologist

December 17th, 2013 Media Release

Documents show RCMP management dismissed risks of member suicide or deterioration of medical condition in “action plan” to terminate member medical care by outspoken psychologist Dr. Mike Webster. LANGLEY, BC – In July 2013, it came to the attention of the Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada (MPPAC) that senior management in the RCMP had…

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MEDIA RELEASE – 02 December 2013 – For immediate release

December 3rd, 2013 Media Release, Uncategorized

Former RCMP Atlantic harassment coordinator threatened with dismissal for reporting harassment complaints Staff Sergeant Cheryl Gravelle was misled by the Professional Integrity Officer, told by Commissioner Paulson, “Some day you will have to come out of your rage” RCMP Complaint Audio OTTAWA – It’s been more than a year since The Toronto Star first reported…

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