Register now to the 2023 PSAC National Equity Conferences.
PSAC expects the federal government to invest in strong public services in its 2023 budget to build an economy that puts working people first and prevents Canadians from falling further behind.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and the Union of Veterans Affairs Employees (UVAE) join veterans and their advocates calling for the Liberal government to cancel a new $570 million dollar contract for veteran rehabilitation services in Canada.
PSAC continues to oppose and stop the privatization of federal public service work, most recently by participating in a study on outsourcing being conducted by the House of Commons’ Government Oper
PSAC has been participating in consultations on new anti-scab legislation, attending in-person and virtual roundtables with the Minister of Labour and department officials, other labour allies, and
We are marking yet another bleak anniversary – the seventh year of the Phoenix pay disaster.
PSAC members in the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) group are invited to register for national virtual townhall meetings to hear directly from bargaining team members about the latest on CFIA bargaining.
Seven years of Phoenix pay issues add insult to injury for federal workers fighting for decent wages
By Chris Aylward, National President, Public Service Alliance of Canada
Black History Month: Watch our panel celebrating Black labour leadership and creating better workplaces for all
This Black History Month, we’re highlighting Black leaders in the labour movement: how they started, what drives them, and what advice they have for other activists. We are sharing this insightful, engaging, and inspiring conversation in case you missed the live panel.
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