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.
October is Women’s History Month in Canada, a time to reflect on struggles that we have won and to recommit to the ongoing fight for gender equity in Canada for all women.
Federal Conservatives led by Andrew Scheer have said little about how they will treat federal public service workers during this election campaign.
Members, particularly those who work for the Government of Canada, have asked us if they can share PSAC's PSAC votes 2019 material through social media.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada is calling on all federal parties to put forward a universal pharmacare plan that gives every Canadian access to the medication they need.
The Labour Board has rejected a request from CFIA management to delay the creation of a PIC, a key step in the collective bargaining process.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada firmly opposes the Bloc Québécois’ proposal to restrict Quebeckers’ ability to work in the federal public service.