Civilian Members of the RCMP who are pay-matched to PSAC/USGE bargaining units and will be deemed public service employees as of April, 2018 are invited to attend our first ‘welcome to PSAC/USGE!’ webinar.
Earlier this week, delegates to the PSAC BC regional convention elected Brother Jamey Mills to serve as the new PSAC Regional Executive Vice-President for British Columbia.
This summer, Canadians across the country will celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation. Indigenous People of Turtle Island, however, will have quite a different perspective of this anniversary.
A report released today by the Union of Solicitor General Employees (USGE) calls for federal measures to protect and recognize public safety and justice workers it says are at significant risk of suffering psychological injuries from exposure to second-hand trauma at work.
This progress update outlines the Task Force’s key observations that will shape a framework and action plan to address the Task Force’s work before it issues its final report in fall 2017.
After much delay, resulting from the employer's cancellation of three bargaining sessions in the past few months, we are returning to the bargaining table with CFIA on June 20.
Earlier this year, the federal government held consultations on what should be included in new legislation dealing with accessibility for people with disabilities. On May 29, the government released a report on its consultations.
After much delay on the part of the employer, Treasury Board and PSAC have finally signed collective agreements for the PA, EB, TC and SV bargaining units.
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