The PSAC is today welcoming MPs back to work by turning up the heat against the Liberal government’s plan to privatize five heating and cooling plant operations in the NCR.
Our Bargaining Team has decided to take the unprecedented step of calling a membership vote on the issue of years of service accrual.
Last week, RCMP officers arrested and detained several Wet’suwet’en people on their unceded territory while they were defending their land from a major pipeline development.
The shock of Friday’s bus crash in Ottawa deepened for many PSAC members as we learned that all three fatalities of the crash were public service workers, two of them PSAC members.
Today, approximately 800,000 US federal public service workers will not get paid because of President Trump’s forced, and reckless government shutdown.
On January 7-10, PSAC/CIU’s Border Services (FB) bargaining team kicked off a new round of bargaining, meeting with TB/CBSA negotiators and exchanging proposals.