Public Service Alliance of Canada

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Formed in 1966, the Public Service Alliance of Canada is one of Canada's largest unions. A truly national union representing 165,000 members from coast to coast to coast, the PSAC also maintains an international profile through its representation of members who work abroad in embassies and consulates.
March 29, 2016 |
Budget 2016 could create the conditions for more privatization, outsourcing and centralization in the federal public service and PSAC will be monitoring the government's actions closely.
February 5, 2016 |
The House of Commons has adopted an NDP motion that could result in creating a new pay equity law that puts the onus on employers to provide pay equity.
January 29, 2016 |
These bills were designed to weaken unions by forcing redundant and unreasonable financial reporting, and by making it more difficult for Canadians in federally-regulated workplaces to join a union.
January 8, 2016 |
On December 16, management at the Rideau Carleton Raceway Slots locked out 124 of its workers. Here are eight things you should know about the current situation.
December 23, 2015 |
Bill C-377 was ushered through Parliament by the last Conservative government. The PSAC's position all along has been that the Bill is unconstitutional and a violation of privacy rights.
December 4, 2015 |
The Public Service Alliance of Canada applauds the federal government's decision to re-open Veterans Affairs offices in nine cities within one year.
November 20, 2015 |
PSAC has received the SV group compensation comparability study.
November 13, 2015 |
The Public Service Alliance of Canada is happy with the federal government's announcement that it will re-open the Veterans Affairs offices that were closed by the Conservatives.
October 20, 2015 |
Canadians rejected the Harper Conservatives and voted for change on October 19 and that is good news for Canada, says the Public Service Alliance of Canada.
October 16, 2015 |
A new Ekos poll shows that a large percentage of Canadians are opposed to cuts to public services and believe the cuts will affect the election result on October 19.
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