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Veterans Affairs committee  I think having services where they are needed is a very good thing. If that means decentralization, it means decentralization.

November 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Veterans Affairs committee  You've seen a slowdown, obviously, in the service delivery and the service access, but mostly you're being pushed towards the My VAC Account or 1-800 numbers and contact from that. For those who are already in the occupational stress injury clinics, in treatments, obviously thos

November 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Veterans Affairs committee  I do. I don't know if I share it for the same reasons. I would share it mainly because, as any organization hires people to do its service, there's a difference in commitment level with respect to temporary and permanent full-time. When someone comes on temporarily working part t

November 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Veterans Affairs committee  I like your optimism with “as COVID comes to an end”. A lot of people would say we're going to be with this for a long time. No, I haven't seen that happen. I haven't heard that, but from an RCMP member's perspective, obviously there has to be an injury in service first and then

November 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Veterans Affairs committee  The impact of the closure was short-lived thankfully, but the reopening had the greatest impact on our members. As I mentioned, in 2019, in those three short years since they had been reopened, 13,000 members received service or care through those offices. The fact is that Canada

November 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Veterans Affairs committee  I can't speak to the Canadian Armed Forces perspective or the marketing because of Veterans Affairs or the My VAC Account. For example, in the RCMP over the last nine years or so there's been a concerted effort to raise awareness and campaign within the serving membership, as wel

November 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Veterans Affairs committee  Good afternoon, and thank you for inviting me to appear today. I am Brian Sauvé. I am the president of the National Police Federation. The NPF was certified in 2019 as the sole bargaining agent representing close to 20,000 members of the RCMP across Canada and internationally.

November 16th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Public Safety committee  Thank you, Mr. Harris. Yes, we'll put something together for you, with respect to a number of topics discussed today, and get it in to the committee. Thank you very much.

July 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Public Safety committee  For sure. Thank you. Obviously, we do send our young members who graduate from Depot all over Canada. Part of this conversation, and part of the conversation I should be having with the commissioner, is how we can improve the ability to deploy our resources to set those members

July 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Public Safety committee  Thank you, Mr. Morrison. Resourcing has been a challenge in the RCMP for the last five years, if not longer, and I think a lot of it has to do with the fact that we really haven't adopted any police resource methodology. When our contracting partners are speaking about a commun

July 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Public Safety committee  Thank you for the question. We've been on record at the National Police Federation, as I believe have the commissioner and the public safety minister, in support of body cameras for the front-line membership of the RCMP. I think the challenge we're running into right now, as

July 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Public Safety committee  Thank you, Mr. Chair. Good afternoon, and thank you for inviting me to appear today. My name is Brian Sauvé. I am the president of the National Police Federation. The NPF is the certified bargaining agent representing close to 20,000 front-line members of the RCMP across Canada

July 24th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Finance committee  Depot is the only place we train police officers.

February 5th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Finance committee  Yes. That's in Saskatchewan, in Regina.

February 5th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé

Finance committee  It's a little odd to have a labour group asking for an employer's increase in funding. However, I can tell you what—

February 5th, 2020Committee meeting

Brian Sauvé