The following are brief descriptions and links of to three (3) Class Actions that involve the RCMP. Should you require more information you may contact the individual law firms whose contact information can be found on their webpages per the links below as CUPE Local 104 is not a party to these lawsuits.
1) RCMP Sexual or gender based harassment or discrimination while employed in the RCMP
The Merlo Davidson class action sought financial compensation for female, current and former, living Regular Members, Civilian Members and Public Service Employees who worked within the RCMP from September 16, 1974 to May 30, 2017, and who experienced gender and/or sexual orientation based harassment and discrimination while working in the RCMP, and who have not opted out or are not deemed to have opted out of the Class Action.
** note this Class Action has already been heard and decided on. Individual claims are being submitted at this time. If this affects you, you may want to contact the law firm immediately, especially if you might need to put a claim in.
2) RCMP General Harassment Class Action
RCMP Members: including all Regular Members, Civilian Members, Special Constable, Special Constable Members, Supernumerary Special Constables, Reservists, and Recruits;
3) RCMP Operational Stress Injuries
The proposed class proceeding was filed on behalf of four Plaintiffs and seeks damages on behalf of themselves and a class of persons who are or have been enrolled as Officers and/or Members in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and who have been diagnosed with, or suffered from, an Operational Stress Injury.