MONTREAL – The Police Brotherhood said it will consider asking its officers to wear their full uniforms to attend both the visitation and funeral for former Montreal mayor Jean Doré.
Police were criticized heavily after they showed up in their colourful camouflage pants to former Quebec Premier Jacques Parizeau’s funeral on Tuesday, June 9.
On Monday, he said he hopes officers will put on their uniforms to pay their proper respects to Doré.
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Police have been donning camouflage pants and jeans for almost a year to protest changes to their pension plans.
They did, however, wear their full uniforms to attend Canadiens’ great Jean Béliveau’s funeral.