PSAC’s legal challenge against Treasury Board’s regressive and discriminatory changes to 699 leave for federal public service workers is set to begin next week.
When the pandemic hit, front line staff with Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) – suddenly working from their homes – had to quickly adjust to a different world, one which left many of the veterans who
Just weeks before the provincial election in New Brunswick, post-graduate student Caitlin Grogan was saddled with a nearly impossible task. Nominated as the NDP candidate for the riding of Quispamsis, just north of Saint John, Grogan had to scramble to gain support and share her vision – all without holding rallies or going door to door due to the pandemic.
The Government of Canada has extended the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) another 4 weeks before transitioning to Employment Insurance (EI).
PSAC National President Chris Aylward delivered the following remarks to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance on July 21.
The vast majority of federal public service employees have gone above and beyond to serve Canadians during the pandemic, whether it’s on the front lines or working from home. In some cases, however
PSAC has been one of several unions participating in the Canadian Labour Congress’ Task Force on New Forms of Privatization.
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