Canadian Pacific Police Association

The C.P.P.A.

Early History of the Association

On Tuesday, August 10, 1971, Canadian Pacific employees led by Brothers Bradshaw, Fisher, Stanford and Dargewitcz and five other employees held the first meeting in Montreal, Quebec, in the movement to organize the employees working for the Department of Investigation.

Signing the First Agreement

  Matt Doucette, Fred James, William Rinder - Signing the First Agreement.

  Group Signing Agreement - Association Members, Labour Relation and Department Officer Signing the first agreement, June 6, 1973.

Interview with Matt Doucette

Matt Doucette In August, 2006, Ontario District Representative Paul Fish interviewed Matt Doucette for the new C.P.P.A. Website. Matt was involved with the Association almost from day one and he held the Secretary’s and then the President’s position on the Executive for many years.

C.P.P.A. Certification Letter

WHEREAS an application for certification as bargaining agent of a unit of employees of Canadian Pacific Limited has been received from the Applicant by Canada Labour Code (Industrial Relations);