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.
PSAC is taking action in response to Treasury Board/CBSA's failure to meet the implementation deadline for the latest collective agreement.
PSAC is taking action in response to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s failure to meet the implementation deadline for the latest collective agreement.
The PSAC/UTE bargaining team met with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) on December 3-6 to continue negotiations for a new collective agreement.
As part of PSAC’s human rights lobbying on Parliament Hill, PSAC members joined NDP MPs in urging this government to ensure the success of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous
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Black History Month is a time where we can reflect, honour and celebrate the many contributions made by Black Canadians and all people of Caribbean and African heritage.
PSAC will be ramping up pressure on Treasury Board so that it returns to the bargaining table with a proper and full response to the members’ bargaining proposals.
The Canadian Labour Congress, representing over 3 million Canadian workers, calls on the Government of Canada to promote dialogue to foster a peaceful solution to the Venezuelan crisis.
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.