One year ago, Justin Trudeau met with PSAC promised to fix the rail line to Churchill, Manitoba and invest in the port. Winter is coming, people are leaving, but no investment has been made.
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Most people would quit their job if their employer stopped paying them properly, but federal public service workers keep showing up to work day after day. Canadians need to know about this commitment.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) is urging the federal government not to appeal the recent Quebec Superior Court decision which allows federal agents to bargain for pensions and staffing.
This government must ensure that the Inquiry leads to justice and healing for all affected by this ongoing tragedy,” said Magali Picard, PSAC National Executive Vice-President.
The nation-wide survey of employed caregivers was meant to increase awareness of the challenges faced by those who combine work and caregiving, and make a business case for change.
“PSAC is seeking compensation for our members,” said PSAC National President Robyn Benson.
Since April 2016, PSAC has been sounding the alarm about the Phoenix pay system. Find out more and take action.
An appeal court ruled against federal public service workers who assert that Bill C-10 violates federal public service workers' right to freedom of association and to collectively bargain.
Officers of the Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service, Canada's largest First Nations policing outfit, voted overwhelmingly for a strike mandate last week.
Veteran Public Service Alliance of Canada negotiator Hassan Husseini revealed today that he will challenge Ken Georgetti for the president's position at the Canadian Labour Congress.