Parks Canada Agency

Parks Canada bargaining team

Janson LaBond (PSAC Research Officer), Omar Murray, Daniel Britton, Angela Decker, Loretta Moar, Jennifer Legue, Daniel Toutant, Jack Norris, Brenda Shillington (PSAC Negotiator). Biographical notes.

Updates

February 27, 2017

Due to scheduling conflicts, our bargaining session with Parks Canada scheduled for January 2017 has been postponed to March 28 to 30, 2017. We will have a bargaining update at the end of that session.

November 17, 2016

We tabled a wage proposal that calls for annual increases of 3% in each year of a three-year agreement.

October 28, 2016

Our bargaining team met with the Parks Canada from October 25 - 27.

October 12, 2016

Our bargaining team will meet again with Parks Canada this month to resume negotiations for a new collective agreement. Our team will caucus on Monday, October 24, and meet with the Agency on October 25, 26 and 27.

June 8, 2016

PSAC members who work within Treasury Board, Parks Canada, the Canada Revenue Agency and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency are taking part in actions all across Canada today.

June 7, 2016

This is a final call out to encourage all PSAC members who work within Treasury Board, at Parks Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, and Canada Revenue Agency to join whatever action your locals are organizing on June 8 to support our bargaining teams

May 26, 2016

PSAC’s June 8th actions in support of our federal public service bargaining teams are less than two weeks away. I encourage all PSAC members in the federal public service to participate.

May 18, 2016

By joining the action of your local on June 8, support our bargaining teams.

May 10, 2016

PSAC and other federal public service unions are calling on all members to help send a message to the new Liberal government by participating in a national action on June 8th.

December 22, 2015

The Public Service Labour Relations and Employment Board (PSLREB) ruled last week that Robert Grundie, a federal government health and safety officer, was unjustly reprimanded for doing his job and enforcing the provisions of the Canada Labour Code.

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