The Trudeau government is threatening the constitutional rights of Quebec’s RCMP members

Liberals' hasty adoption of Bill C-7 harms our freedom of association and could block our attempts to unionize Quebec RCMP officers MONTREAL, May 26, 2017 – The association representing Quebec's 900 frontline RCMP members is calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to put a stop to the adoption process of Bill C-7, and allow Quebec's [...]

Quebec’s RCMP officers file a request to unionize its 800 members

For immediate release PRESS RELEASE Quebec's RCMP officers file a request to unionize its 800 members Montreal, April 4, 2017 - The Quebec Mounted Police Members' Association (QMPMA) has officially filed a request to allow its 800 RCMP members in Quebec to unionize -- a first in Canadian law enforcement history. The [...]

Unification letter sent to Mr. Rae Banwarie and Mr. Brian Sauvé

By email Montreal, March 26, 2017 Mr. Rae Banwarie, President of MPPAC, Mr. Brian Sauvé, Co‐Chair of the NPF, The purpose of this letter is to unite the associations for the benefit of all Members of the RCMP and for the Force. In the near future, Bill C‐4 will receive Royal Assent from the Governor [...]

QMPMA takes the stand at the Senate Committee on National Security and Defence in Ottawa

On February 6, 2017, QMPMA took the stand at the Senate Committee on National Security and Defence in Ottawa. Watch here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDyoavqXez8


The Quebec Mounted Police Members' Association (QMPMA) believes that uniting all RCMP member associations is the only logical path to unionizing. BY PAUL DUPUIS Paul Dupuis has worked with the QMPMA since 1981, and has been a member of the RCMP for more than 35 years. The Quebec Mounted Police Members' Association has [...]

The Quebec Mounted Police Members’ Association and MPPAC attend press conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa

On March 14, 2016, the QMPMA participated in a press conference hosted by MPPAC on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. QMPMA president Paul Dupuis spoke to reporters about the government's controversial Bill C-7, and RCMP members' concerns about the bill's inability to address issues such as harassment and collective bargaining. La Presse Canadienne covered the press [...]

The QMPMA’s recommendations on how best to respond to the consultation process proposed by the government regarding RCMP employee relations

On July 23, 2015, RCMP members received a message from Steven Blaney, former Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, inviting them to offer their comments on the creation of a new framework for employee relations within the RCMP. This came in the wake of the Supreme Court of Canada's January 16, 2015 decision. The [...]


In its landmark ruling of January 16, 2015 the Supreme Court of Canada recognized the role of the Quebec Mounted Police Members' Association as the representative of the majority of RCMP members in Quebec, and francophones throughout Canada. This historic ruling comes after a long battle that dates back to the 1970s! In effect, the [...]