The federal government must halt its plan to move 4000 RCMP civilian members from their stable and well-functioning pay system over to the disastrous Phoenix pay system.
In a landmark collective bargaining victory, members at St John Airport (YSJ) secured the right to a defined benefit pension plan, ensuring employees have a stable income in retirement.
Celine works for Parks Canada at the Fort Langley National Historic Site as a heritage presenter, telling visitors about our shared history – something she is very passionate about.
The Public Interest Commission (PIC) hearing for Parks Canada bargaining took place January 27 to 28, with mediation January 29 to 30.
The federal government has announced the expansion of the Phoenix expense claims process to include an additional element to accept claims for severe financial hardship.
PSAC has now received the Public Interest Commission’s (PIC) recommendations on issues that are specific to the Education and Library Science (EB) group.
Black History Month celebrates the rich contributions that people of Caribbean and African descent have made in our society despite their ongoing struggle for equity and social justice.
Earlier this month, PSAC and its component union UPCE announced that we would head into early negotiations with Canada Post Corporation to reach a new collective agreement before the current one ex
Around 800 workers at the Co-op Refinery Complex in Regina have been locked out since December 5 after they stood up against attempts at weakening their pensions.
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