2016 Tax Receipts

March 1st, 2017 Uncategorized

The tax receipts have now been uploaded to the website and ready to retrieve 1) Click here (you do NOT need to logon) 2) input your SURNAME (only) 3) input your MPPAC ID# (found on your membership card) 4) hit submit — the tax form will open populated, and you are able to print

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MPPAC member’s letter to the Commissioner.

April 24th, 2016 Uncategorized

Hello Sir, It would appear we are having some type of member relations nightmare. Outwardly anyway, it appears as though you’ve supported Bill C-7 and it’s exclusions for the benefit of someone or some thing other than the membership you are in charge of. You previously stated that you are in support of the membership…

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Class Action Civil Claim filed against RCMP Commissioner, senior brass and Health Services in BC.

October 9th, 2015 Uncategorized

Brad Hartl, Chief Superintendent and Human Resources Officer, RCMP “E” Division, on behalf of the RCMP, filed a complaint alleging professional misconduct against Dr. Michael Webster, Registered Psychologist (“Dr. Webster”), (“Complaint”), with the College of Registered Psychologists (“College”), which included excerpts from the Plaintiffs’ private and confidential psychological counselling records. Seven “Progress Reports” concerning the…

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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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RCMP members’ grievance unresolved after twelve years

November 7th, 2013 Uncategorized

Upper management’s actions violate Core Values of the RCMP! In June 2001, 19 members of a former RCMP unit in British Columbia launched a class action grievance with RCMP “E” Division after being denied Work Force Adjustment (WFA) when their section was dissolved. More than 90 members were affected across the province, but the Kamloops office was…

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Supreme Court to hear two RCMP workplace cases together

September 26th, 2013 Uncategorized

The Supreme Court of Canada has adjourned the scheduled November 5 hearing date in Mounted Police Association of Ontario/Association de la Police Montée de l’Ontario and B.C. Mounted Police Professional Association, on their own behalf and on behalf of All Members and Employees of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police v. Attorney General of Canada (34948)…

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RCMP violates privacy laws, discloses mental health information

July 30th, 2013 Uncategorized

MPPAC calls for full investigation by Privacy Commissioner of Canada The sensitive and confidential mental health information of several current and former RCMP members in British Columbia’s “E” Division were unlawfully disclosed by the RCMP Occupational Health and Safety group in their dispute against a practicing psychologist and outspoken advocate on the topics of workplace…

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Conservatives propose wage claw back from RCMP members

June 17th, 2013 Uncategorized

The June 17 announcement of the federal government’s intentions to invoke a claw back of two weeks’ pay from federal public servants, including the RCMP, comes at an unfortunate time as members of parliament recently voted themselves a pay increase and six percent enhancement to their travel allowance. The executive and members of MPPAC are…

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