Speculation about an imminent announcement that would mandate all federal public service workers to return to workplaces a minimum of 2-3 days per week are deeply concerning and have serious implications for more than 165,000 PSAC members.
We count on border officers to keep us safe and secure but chronic understaffing and ineffective technology are making it impossible for workers at the border to do their jobs safely and effectivel
PSAC acknowledges Treasury Board president Mona Fortier recently announced that another review of whistleblower protection legislation will be undertaken.
In an important victory for all workers, an Ontario court has struck down Bill 124, the Protecting a Sustainable Public Sector for Future Generations Act. Bill 124 stripped workers of their right to free collective bargaining under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and as recognized by the Supreme Court of Canada.
On December 6, the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, we remember the 14 women whose lives were stolen at the École Polytechnique in Montreal. And though it was 33 years ago, we still see a shocking lack of protection for the woman who is killed by her intimate partner every six days in Canada or the Indigenous women who are killed at a rate of nearly seven times that of non-Indigenous women.
The Statistics Services Operations (SSO) team will be holding virtual town hall meetings to share details of the recent arbitration award with members.
Across Canada, thousands of people living with disabilities face food insecurity and poverty. A well-funded federal disability income benefit can provide the kind of stable funding necessary to address this systemic problem.
PSAC’s Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) bargaining team tabled monetary and other outstanding proposals with the employer November 21-23.
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PSAC’s Young Workers Conference will be held in person April 21-23, 2023 in Montreal with the theme “Young Workers: Growing Union Power.”
The NAV CANADA bargaining team was back at the table for two days, November 17-18, to resolve key issues to secure a fair deal.
The FB bargaining team continued to negotiate improvements on the issues that matter most to PSAC-CIU members at the bargaining table November 15-17.