Communications and Political Action

February 10, 2018
The Public Service Alliance of Canada has filed an interference complaint with the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board (FPSLREB) relating to the government’s failure to collect and remit dues.
February 9, 2018
PSAC members from coast-to-coast-to-coast who are covered under four of the collective agreements with Treasury Board will be gathering in Ottawa, March 26-29, 2018 to elect bargaining teams and discuss proposals for the upcoming round of bargaining. “PSAC’s number one priority is getting the best deal for our members,” said PSAC National President Robyn Benson. “We have a democratic process for prioritizing the proposals we bring to the bargaining table. The bargaining conference is a critical step in ensuring our members have their say.”
February 8, 2018
PSAC National Executive Vice-President Chris Aylward appeared before the Senate Finance Committee on February 7, 2018 to highlight the main problems the Phoenix pay system has caused our members and to outline two of PSAC’s key demands. “As you are aware, Phoenix has caused a litany of problems,” Aylward said to the committee. “Many workers have been underpaid, while others have mistakenly received overpayments. Even those who haven’t had pay issues live in fear that they will be the next victim of this nightmare.”
February 1, 2018
The Federal Public Service Labour Relations and Employment Board has declared that the federal government has violated its obligations under the law by failing to meet the implementation deadline for the PA, SV, TC and EB collective agreements.
January 31, 2018
The deeming of RCMP civilian members (CMs) has been delayed, but PSAC and USJE are still working hard to ensure CMs receive the full benefits of union membership until they officially join the federal public service. In December, the Public Service Alliance of Canada filed applications...
January 31, 2018
This section will provide you with the foundation of health and safety. Learn about workplace hazards, rights and responsibilities, preventative measures, injury prevention, compensation and the WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System). It has been designed not only to provide information to those who are new to health and safety, but also to have a resource for experienced activists needing basic information.
January 31, 2018
  Workplace health and safety committee identification form Committees made up of union and employer appointed representatives need to be established in every workplace that normally directly employs 20 workers or more, according to Section 135 of the Canada Labour Code Part II.
January 31, 2018
RCMP Civilian Members (CMs), Union of Safety and Justice Employees (USJE) member champions and union representatives began mapping the way forward for integrating CMs into their future union at a training seminar in Ottawa January 9-10, 2018.
January 31, 2018
No job is worth dying over.  You have the Right to Know, the Right to Participate and the Right to Refuse Dangerous Work. The step by step process Do you feel your health and safety is at risk in your workplace? Follow these steps.
January 30, 2018
Thank you to all CFIA members who have embarked on the e-vote process and cast their vote.  This message is intended for all CFIA members who have not participated in the tentative agreement vote process to date. It's a simple two-step process! 

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