RCMP Civilian Members

As a RCMP Civilian member of our union, you will benefit from a number of key advantages including: top-notch negotiators, research staff and analysts, and representation at every step of the bargaining and grievance process. We advocate for our members to protect high quality jobs. We’re better together!

As you transition to PIPSC membership, the best way to get the latest news is to sign up for email updates. We will post regular updates on this page and our transition team is available to help answer any questions you may have.

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We look forward to the following Occupational Groups joining us:

  • Commerce and Purchasing (SPS-COM)
  • Computer Personnel (SPS-CP)
  • Forensic Laboratory and Identification, Forensic Science Laboratory Specialist (FLI-FSLS)
  • Electronics Engineer and Architecture (SPS-EE)
  • Research Scientist (SE-RES)
  • Chaplain (SPS-CHP)
  • Health Nursing (SPS-HN)

Please revisit this page frequently for the last news and updates.


11 December 2018
The table below does not identify every provision of the collective agreements which do not have a comparable provisions within the RCMP Terms and Conditions of Employment.
10 December 2018
This document represents a high level summary of the differences between existing RCMP Terms and Conditions of Employment, and comparable provisions within the six collective agreements for PIPSC members employed by Treasury Board in the Core Public Administration groups
10 December 2018
Will PIPSC protect my current conditions of employment and benefits? Yes. We will always strive to defend and improve the working conditions and benefits for all of our members.
19 November 2018
The Bargaining Team held our first meeting in Ottawa from Thursday November 8 to Saturday November 10, 2018, and had a busy three days establishing the foundation for effective negotiations with the Employer:
17 October 2018
The Institute is pleased to announce the Bargaining Team, appointed by President Debi Daviau, who will be responsible for negotiating the transition of the RCMP Civilian Members into the six Core Public Administration collective agreements with Treasury Board.
5 October 2018
Apply to join the RCMP-CM Bargaining Conference, November 21-22 in the National Capital Region! Interested CMs from across Canada are invited to apply to attend the conference.
30 July 2018
Download the PDF version of the nomination form.
30 July 2018
On May 21, 2020, RCMP civilian members (CM) will be deemed appointed under the Public Service Employment Act and will be included in the Treasury Board occupational groups.
23 July 2018
On June 20, 2018, we organized three webinar information sessions for the RCMP Civilian Members (CMs) who, following a decision from the Federal Labour Board on April 13, 2018, have been included in our union.
29 May 2018
PIPSC welcomes its RCMP members in the Edmonton area to an information session:
25 April 2018
Friends, I have great news! You finally have a union.
24 April 2018
A large group of RCMP Civilian Members have finally become unionized. 
14 December 2017
On behalf of the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC), which represents some 55,000 professionals across Canada’s federal and provincial public sectors, I would like to extend our warmest welcome to civilian members of the RCMP from these Occupational Groups, who will so
11 December 2017
Over the past few months, there have been a number of developments concerning your integration into the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC). While we have endeavoured to communicate with you in a timely and accurate fashion, it is not always easy for us to understand the government’s thinking. But we have now reached a stage where we are confident in what we can tell you.
28 November 2017
PIPSC is applauding a decision by the federal government to put the transfer of RCMP civilian employees to the Phoenix pay system “indefinitely” on hold.
18 May 2017
PIPSC expresses its solidarity and support for members of the RCMP who are experiencing difficulty accessing front-line mental health services.
1 May 2017
“We look forward to welcoming these new members into our community of dedicated professionals who serve Canadians every day. We believe we will be stronger together”, said PIPSC President Debi Daviau. “Our goal is to ensure that they maintain their current terms and conditions of employment and that the deeming process goes as smoothly as possible as they transition to occupational groups represented by the Institute”.
1 May 2017
To ensure that you are protected by a union as soon as possible, the Institute has submitted an application to the Public Service Labour Relations and Employment Board (PSLREB) under Section 58 of the Public Service labour Relations Act to become your bargaining agent as soon as possible. This would allow you to have official representatives working on your behalf prior to April 2018. We will communicate with you about the status of this application on a regular basis in the weeks and months ahead. In the meantime, we have prepared the following Questions and Answers to assist you during the transition period.
12 April 2017
Since our communication on February 21, 2017, the Institute has been in discussions with the Treasury Board Secretariat on the deeming to occupational groups represented by PIPSC. We are committed to representing your best interests throughout this process and we are currently exploring two (2) options to be recognized as your bargaining agent prior to deeming and we will be communicating more details in the very near future.
21 February 2017
Our members look forward to welcoming you into our community of dedicated professionals who serve Canadians every day. We believe we will be stronger together.