Winnipeg Police Association

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After a three-year pause, the Winnipeg Police Association is proud to be hosting the 96th Annual WPA Charity Ball - Saturday, April 29, 2023, 6:00 PM, Canad Inns Destination Centre Polo Park. The Charity Ball is the oldest running annual charity function of its kind in North America.

2022 Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba, Champion Child, Keira Davlut, receives a cheque for $20,195 from Winnipeg Police Association President, Cory Wiles, and Vice President, Jeremy Cull, representing proceeds from the 2022 WPA 50/50. (from left) Derek Davlut; Cory Wiles; Keira Davlut; Jeremy Cull; Melanie Boryskavich; Priyanka Singh, VP of Development, CHFM. 

WINNIPEG, MB: Cory Wiles, President, Winnipeg Police Association (WPA) joined by The Hon. Heather Stefanson, Premier, Province of Manitoba; Obby Khan, MLA, Fort Whyte; Pauline Clarke, Chief Superintendent, Winnipeg School Division; Michelle Namaka, Principal, Queenston School; and Brody Jackson, host, QX 104 FM today kicked-off the 11th annual Cool 2Be Kind campaign in front of over 170 nursery to grade six students at Queenston School.

The Winnipeg Police Association is proud to support the Winnipeg ICE in their quest for Western Hockey League supremacy and outstanding contribution to the community. The Winnipeg ICE in association with the Winnipeg Police Association, are proud to announce the Cool 2Be Kind Group of the Game program during the 2022-23 Western Hockey League Season.


WINNIPEG, MB: The Winnipeg Police Association (WPA) is proud to announce the 15 th annual Manitoba Motorcycle Ride for Dad (MRFD) happens Saturday, May 27, 2023. The six-week prostate cancer awareness and education campaign begins April 17 – presenting sponsor,

Winnipeg, MB: After eight years as Winnipeg Police Association (WPA) president and 33 years of service with the Winnipeg Police Service (WPS), Maurice ‘Moe’ Sabourin announced today he is retiring from the WPS and stepping down as WPA President on September 24, 2022.

Sabourin, who served two terms as WPA president, will be succeeded by Cory Wiles, who was confirmed as the new WPA president following a vote by the association’s membership earlier this week.

Winnipeg, MB: The Winnipeg Police Association (WPA) today released the following statement in response to Winnipeg City Council’s decision to approve the negotiated agreement between the WPA, the Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) and the City of Winnipeg to provide our members with access to a secure parking facility downtown at market rates:

"Safe working conditions are a core responsibility for every employer, including the City of Winnipeg. The lack of secure parking downtown has been a long-term concern for our membership, and there have been a number of serious incidents where WPS members and staff have been targeted by criminal elements.

Fredericton, NB: Winnipeg Police Association (WPA) President, Maurice (Moe) Sabourin, was proud to present the Canadian Police Association (CPA) Award of Excellence to two WPA members last night at the CPA awards banquet in Fredericton. Constable Jason Towle and Constable Oli Hanneson were nominated by WPA treasurer Ward Gordon in relation to an incident that saw them go above and beyond the call of duty. Constables Towle and Hanneson were selected for this prestigious award from numerous nominations from across Canada.

Winnipeg, MB - June 14, 2022 – Winnipeg Police Association (WPA) President Maurice ‘Moe’ Sabourin today released the following statement on reports that Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) Chief, Danny Smyth, has been nominated for President of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police:

"The WPA and its members are extremely troubled by recent reports that WPS Chief, Danny Smyth, is actively seeking to be appointed President of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police.

WINNIPEG, MB: Today, the Manitoba Motorcycle Ride for Dad (MRFD) celebrated its 14TH Ride and attracted over 1,000 registered riders. The record of 1,547 riders set in 2019 is safe for another year. Funds raised from today’s Ride will total close to $350,000 bringing the 14-year fundraising total to over $3.2 million dollars. Proceeds stay in Manitoba for prostate cancer research and education.