Treasury Board

After more than two years of hardships under Phoenix, our members continue to show up to work every day and deliver the services Canadians depend on. PSAC expects this government to negotiate a collective agreement that recognizes the value of their work and their dedication to Canadians.

Common Issues Proposals

A summary of the major demands put forward at the common issues bargaining table, which are proposals that encompass the needs of all federal public service workers employed by the Treasury Board. (PA, SV, TC, and EB only)

Program and Administrative Services - PA Group

This group includes employees responsible for program administration, information services, communications, secretarial services, office equipment, administrative services, welfare programs, clerical functions and data processing.

Operational Services - SV Group

This group includes employees responsible for the operation of federal buildings and services, including firefighters, tradesworkers, storespeople, cooks and hospital workers, lightkeepers and ships' crews.

Technical Services - TC Group

Covering the following classifications: Drafting and Illustration (DD), Engineering and Scientific Support (EG), General Technical (GT), Photography (PY), Primary Products Inspection (PI), Technical Inspection (TI).

Education and Library Science - EB Group

This group includes employees responsible for education, education support and library services.

Canada Border Services Agency - FB Group

This occupational group of 7,000 employees in the Canada Border Services Agency is responsible for the planning, development, delivery or management of the inspection and control of people and goods entering Canada.

Which bargaining unit am I in?

Which bargaining unit am I in?

Members employed by Treasury Board work in federal government departments and other parts of the federal public service (For a list of which ones see schedules I and IV of the Financial Administration Act).

After more than two years of hardships under Phoenix, our members continue to show up to work every day and deliver the services Canadians depend on. PSAC expects this government to negotiate a collective agreement that recognizes the value of their work and their dedication to Canadians.