As wages continue to slip far below soaring inflation in Canada, PSAC will head to mediation with the government to make meaningful gains for more than 120,000 federal public service workers ahead
PSAC welcomes new members from Queer Yukon Society (QYS) working throughout the Yukon in Whitehorse, Dawson City and Watson Lake. Officially incorporated in 2018, QYS employees work in community outreach, promoting and organizing programs and events for the 2SLGBTQ+ community and allies.
On Emancipation Day, we recognize the struggle for freedom led by enslaved people, the consequences of inter-generational trauma that followed, and the link between slavery and systemic discrimination today. Discrimination in hiring practices, wage gaps, microaggressions, and other inequities continue to be the reality for many Indigenous and Black workers.
To offer concrete help and support, PSAC is proud to release an updated version of the Violence and Harassment Toolkit: A guide for PSAC locals and members.
The situation at airports and ports of entry across the country continues to deteriorate, and it’s clear the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the federal government have no plan to get international travel back on track anytime soon.
Wages need to keep up as the cost-of-living soars with inflation above 8 per cent, and members are demanding better work-life balance and greater equity in the workplace. This is a critical round of bargaining for thousands of PSAC members, making member engagement more important than ever.
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