10,575 members (5.7% of PSAC membership) are covered by this Act Canada Post Corporation NAV CANADA Port Corporations (Hudson Bay, Saint John, Halifax, Quebec, St. John's)
December 19, 2016
December 14, 2016
Employees of the Port of Churchill visited Parliament Hill to call on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to save the port by converting the Port of Churchill into a Port Authority under federal jurisdiction
December 8, 2016
Schools in First Nations communities are underfunded and the federal government is far from meeting the same level of investment compared to provincial education systems
December 7, 2016
PSAC has launched a letter writing campaign urging Immigration Minister to reconsider the closure of the Immigration Centre in Vegreville
December 2, 2016
Canada’s spending watchdog Michael Ferguson sends a strong message to the federal government: better long-term funding is urgently needed to improve public services
November 30, 2016
PSAC is pleased to announce that we are working with the federal government on a newly created Joint Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion.
November 17, 2016
NDP MP Sheri Benson has introduced a private member’s bill, C-321, to ban the import, export and manufacturing of asbestos and use the Canadian Environmental Protection Act to protect workers’ health.
November 16, 2016
Our CIU/PSAC bargaining team for Border Services spent nine days in talks with the CBSA and Treasury Board for a new collective agreement
November 16, 2016
Our bargaining team for the Technical Services group spent six days with Treasury Board early November, pushing for a new collective agreement
November 2, 2016
PSAC National President Robyn Benson is calling on Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister John McCallum to rescind the plan to close a case processing centre in Vegreville, Alberta. In a letter to the Minister, Benson warns that the move will have a devastating impact on the Vegreville community, as well as 280 workers and their families. “lt will kill other jobs in the community, close businesses, devastate property values, and undermine the tax base, thus making it harder to operate hospitals, schools and other essential community services,” Benson writes.