PSAC welcomes the new funding commitments made in today’s budget to address the Phoenix pay disaster, but they fall significantly short of what is required to end the pay nightmares of Canada’s fed
The clock is ticking for the Trudeau Liberals as PSAC’s four bargaining teams representing 90,000 workers covered by Treasury Board resume negotiations with the government between March 19 and 21.
Approximately 100 members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC-Quebec) blocked the entrance at 1550 Avenue D’Estimauville in Québec City where more than 700 public service employees work.
PSAC’s bargaining team representing members at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency kicked off a new round of bargaining in Ottawa between February 26 and 28.
This International Women’s Day, workers and women are calling on all federal political parties to commit to a plan for affordable, high-quality child care ahead of the federal election.
The PSAC-NEU team is pleased to report that the positive tone and spirit characterizing the first session of bargaining continued into the second session.
The City of Timmins and the union representing workers at the Timmins Airport have resumed negotiations. A strike which was set to start on Monday, March 4 at 6 p.m. is temporarily on hold.
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