PSAC National President Robyn Benson has asked the House of Commons Human Resources, Skills, Social development and Status of Persons with Disabilities Committee to approve without delay a government bill that would undo at least some of the damage done to labour relations by the previous Conservative government.
Members of the Union of Postal Communications Employees met in Ottawa last week, to discuss the challenges they face in their workplaces and to prepare for the upcoming round of bargaining with Canada Post.
PSAC welcomes the government delivering on its promise to reinstate the Court Challenges program. This will improve access to justice for equality-seeking groups.
On this third anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse, Canadian trade unions are calling for continued vigilance to ensure that Bangladesh’s garment workers are treated fairly and do not need to continue to risk their lives to earn a living.
The federal government’s recent budget provides significant investments in Canada’s North. However, the budget failed to address important concerns of many Northerners.
Robyn Benson, PSAC National President is urging the Liberal government to make proactive pay equity legislation a reality without further delay.
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