As part of the collective agreement that PSAC negotiated during this round of bargaining for Parks Canada members, the $2,500 pensionable lump-sum payment will be issued to all eligible members on January 31, 2024.
PSAC set October 31, 2023, six months after the end of the strike, as the deadline for both strike pay error reports and the May 1st / May 4th compensation requests to be received by PSAC.
PSAC and Canada Revenue Agency representatives have signed the collective agreements for PSAC-UTE members working at CRA. The agreement was ratified by members on June 16, 2023.
The federal government has ratified the collective agreements for PSAC-UTE members working at Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and in the Treasury Board PA, TC, SV, and EB bargaining units.
PSAC-UTE members working at Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) have voted overwhelmingly in favour of their tentative agreement, with 88% of ballots cast in favour of the new contract.
Members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada working for Treasury Board and Canada Revenue Agency have voted overwhelmingly in favour of ratifying their tentative agreements. Members in the PA, SV, TC, EB, and CRA bargaining groups participated in nationwide ratification votes from May 24 to June 16.
Together, more than 155,000 PSAC members led the fight for better remote work protections during this round of negotiations – and we won. The gains you made by taking strike action will benefit not just PSAC members, but all workers in Canada.
On May 3, the PSAC-UTE bargaining team reached a tentative agreement with Canada Revenue Agency. The bargaining team recommends ratification of the new agreement.
In the hours after reaching a deal with Canada Revenue Agency, we shared with PSAC-UTE members the highlights of the wage increases, remote work language and other benefits that were negotiated.
This government insists it cares about workers and building a strong public service. Yet for nearly two years, they’ve stalled and dragged out negotiations for our over 35,000 PSAC-UTE members, and denied us the fair wages and decent working conditions we deserve.
Bargaining is ongoing with the CRA. Parties met throughout the day and late into the night, with talks resuming early tomorrow morning. The parties do not have an agreement.
Strike action continues across the country for 35,000 members at Canada Revenue Agency May 1 as negotiations resume with a new mandate from CRA to reach a fair contract.
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