Civilian employees working on Canadian Forces bases across Canada handed out flyers in front of their workplaces on Halloween to draw attention to their long-standing problem of unfair wages.
After unrelenting pressure, including legal action by PSAC, the government has finally completed the implementation of past collective agreements for all Treasury Board (TB) workers.
The federal government needs to take concrete steps to deal with an outbreak of bed bugs that is affecting workers in federal buildings across Canada.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada congratulates the winners of this year’s scholarship awards! The winners were selected from hundreds of applications PSAC received from members, and dependents of members, in good standing.
Canadians said no to Andrew Scheer, and that is good news for public service workers and the millions who depend on important services from the federal government.
We've reviewed all of the party platforms and broken down their visions on four key issues -- Phoenix, federal public services, contracting-out and a single tax system in Quebec -- that will have the greatest impact on PSAC members.
The newly released Conservative party platform confirmed what many in the federal public service feared; Andrew Scheer is planning to pick up where Stephen Harper left off.
The Conservatives’ recently announced anti-immigration plan will harm asylum seekers, undermine the integrity of the refugee claims process, and could lead to the creation of detention centres at t
Balancing work and family is difficult and costly for many Canadians, but things could be made much better with the right support in place. In this federal election, the national political parties are proposing very different approaches to helping parents and children.
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