Royal Canadian Mounted Police Members

Welcome RCMP Members!
We want to make your posting as easy as possible for you and your family. Below, we’ve gathered the most important reading material relevant to your upcoming move.

We recommend you start with the Preparing for Your First Planning Session document. You will need to download the Relocation Checklist as well and review the Policies and Directives Section before your 1st Planning Session.

Still have questions? Our Frequently Asked Questions document has answers to the most popular questions, including how to choose suppliers, how to complete an advance request and how to start an expense claim. Please take some time to review the following documents:

Preparing for Your First Planning Session:

For Renters at Origin
For Homeowners at Origin

For all RCMP Members:

Policies and Directives
Relocation Checklist (Fillable PDF format)
Frequently Asked Questions
Glossary and Acronyms
Helpful Links

You can make decisions concerning your relocation at any time; however, we strongly recommend that you speak with your Brookfield GRS Advisor before making any decisions that could affect you financially. Your relocation is your responsibility, and reading your employers’ policies, publications and consulting with your advisor will help ensure that you’re making the most out of your relocation benefits.

Together, you and your Brookfield GRS Advisor will ensure that your relocation is smooth, efficient and hassle-free.

Helpful Links

PWGSC Accommodation and Car Rental Directory

Travel Directive Meal Rates within Canada and the USA

Travel Directive Kilometric Rates

2011 Minister of Finance Kilometric Allowance

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Canada Revenue Agency

Department of Finance

Survey of Canadian House Prices

REALTOR.ca

CREA Homebuyers' Road Map