PSAC spent the week of November 18 in negotiations with Treasury Board, seeking to improve workplace conditions on behalf of more than 100,000 of our members.
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.
During meetings with Treasury Board from November 18-20, our Bargaining Team proposed almost 30 amendments to the Workforce Adjustment Appendix.
Our SV team met again with Treasury Board for three days for another round of bargaining this week, with negotiations focused on our proposals for Workforce Adjustment.
Our EB bargaining team met face-to-face with the employer three times this week, where we tabled our proposal for Workforce Adjustment.
PSAC members at Statistical Survey Operations told their employer and the Harper government that they want a fair collective agreement now. They held rallies in cities across Canada on Wednesday, Nov. 19, to protest the delay tactics that the employer has been using during negotiations.
La Tribune newspaper covered the rally in Sherbrooke, Quebec. (in French only)
Here are some pictures of Wednesday’s rallies.
St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, in front of the John Cabot building
It’s time for the federal government to get serious and implement a national, universal child care system. That was the unanimous sentiment expressed by more than 600 participants at the Childcare 2020 conference in Winnipeg over the weekend.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) is calling on Treasury Board to immediately impose a moratorium on program and budget cuts at Veterans Affairs Canada.
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Robyn Benson, National president
Chris Aylward, Executive Vice-President