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National leaders tour world-class police dog training centre in Alberta

National President David Neufeld and Regional Vice-Presidents Valda Behrens and Jeff Sandelli visited the Police Dog Service Training Centre in Innisfail, Alberta, a world-class facility. The visit provided the opportunity to meet with a number of USJE members, and to better understand the important work they do in helping to keep Canadians safe.

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USJE member Shauna Burns-Thomson awarded for being a Champion of Mental Health

When Shauna Burns joined Correctional Service Canada, she noticed her peers struggling, and many were burning out. Shauna’s background in mental health enabled her to see that the workplace was having a significant impact on the mental health of employees; this was especially noticeable during the COVID pandemic. When an opportunity became available to take on the EAP and CISM lead position, Shauna decided to step up.

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Update regarding the USJE Public Safety Awards on Parliament Hill

USJE is turning to the membership to help make the launch of these National Public Safety Awards a resounding success. We encourage you to think about nominating a colleague whose years of service and commitment amid challenging work conditions stand out to you and others. This is the moment to express your gratitude and your admiration. 

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LEAN type management and you!

USJE wishes to identify similarities between CPORF and LEAN management methods. USJE condemns vigorously and opposes LEAN type management in the workplace. USJE therefore wishes to ensure that no resource allocation is akin to this type of management. 

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It’s Scholarship Time at USJE!

If you are a USJE member in post-secondary studies or have a child, spouse, partner, or dependent going to college or university, USJE is offering a total of six scholarships this year. The deadline for all scholarships is Tuesday, February 1, 2023.

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