These documents represent the bargaining proposals of the Public Service Alliance of Canada for this round of negotiations for the Border Services group (FB).
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.
September 16, 2016
Our FB bargaining team spent this past week in negotiations with our Treasury Board/CBSA.
June 24, 2016
Our team made our union’s position clear – we seek a written commitment from both Treasury Board and the CBSA supporting the introduction of a retirement plan that is consistent with what is in place at other law enforcement agencies.
April 15, 2016
FB team takes CBSA and Treasury Board to task over heavy-handedness of CBSA management
March 10, 2016
CBSA is a law enforcement agency. Officers working at CBSA should be afforded the same pension benefit as other enforcement workers.
February 5, 2016
We uphold the Charter. We deserve nothing less. This week was our FB bargaining team’s first week in negotiations with Treasury Board and CBSA under the new government.
June 18, 2015
In negotiations this week with Treasury Board/CBSA, our FB bargaining team made it clear that we do not plan to back down on sick leave, despite the government’s threat to circumvent negotiations using provisions in Bill C-59
May 13, 2015
With the introduction of the Budget Implementation Act last week, the Harper Government is attacking our rights and the sick leave provisions provided under our collective agreement
March 27, 2015
“Twenty-five and out” plan raised at bargaining table and in Pension Advisory Committee
January 16, 2015
This past week (January 12 through 15) our FB bargaining team met with Treasury Board/CBSA representatives to continue talks for a new collective agreement
November 21, 2014
The demands that we’ve tabled in bargaining would provide protection against management abuse and ensure that union members at CBSA are treated with respect.