On this Earth Day, April 22, PSAC is calling for the Liberal government to create a national strategy to conserve and protect our waterways, and to ensure that all peoples living in Canada have acc
A Quebec judge has ruled that the grievance process available to unionized employees in the federal public service is well equipped to deal with the fallout of Phoenix pay problems. The judge certified a class action lawsuit against the Government of Canada for two groups of employees that don’t have access to the existing process: casuals and students.
This week, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) served notice to the Treasury Board to begin collective bargaining negotiations on behalf of its membership.
Two surveys conducted by the Canadian government and the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), respectively, confirm that federal public service workers have suffered a number of significant ha
Yesterday, our bargaining team for the FB group reached a tentative agreement with the Treasury Board and Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), securing a respectful and fair collective agreement f
PSAC members from across Canada joined their Brothers and Sisters from CUPE Local 2424 on the picket line as staff at Carleton University fight to protect their retirement security.
After two years of Phoenix pay problems, PSAC members continue to show up to work and deliver the services Canadians depend on. The least they deserve is a fair collective agreement that recognizes the value of their work and the importance of the services they provide to Canadians.
Today, our FB bargaining team reached a tentative agreement with the Treasury Board and CBSA for salary increases that greatly exceed those provided to all other federal law enforcement agencies fo
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