The Parks Canada bargaining team had more than 5,000 members across the country top of mind when they made the tough decision to declare an impasse late last week. This decision follows nearly a year of bargaining with the employer, who has come to the table with no mandate to bargain, no monetary proposal, and no serious engagement on important issues our team has at the table. While the Parks Canada continues to stall, we continue to fight for a fair contract.
Agence Parcs Canada
January 31, 2023
The Parks Canada bargaining team met with the employer on January 17-19 to discuss non-monetary items and to table monetary proposals to improve working conditions for more than 5,000 Parks Canada members across the country.
December 9, 2022
If it feels like your bargaining has been at the table for a long time, and very little progress is being made, you are partially correct. There are a lot of steps to take that can make the bargaining timeline appear to be very slow, and there are many tactics that employers use to delay bargaining for their own benefit. However, for every proposal that the employer offers, your bargaining team takes time to make sure that anything accepted will improve working conditions for our members.
December 9, 2022
The Parks Canada bargaining team met with the employer for our third three-day session November 22-24. The team came prepared with a clear mandate from members to discuss more than 40 proposals to advance a clear mandate to improve conditions for workers.
May 6, 2022
Following months of hard work and consultation, our Parks Canada team presented a package of proposals that reflects the urgent need for improved working conditions for our members across the country. In response, the employer tabled a package of demands full of concessions to workers who have been on the frontlines of the pandemic for more than two years.
April 24, 2020
There is no reason for the federal government to delay.
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