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.
November 14, 2014 |
PSAC is putting forward concrete proposals that will make federal workplaces healthier. Because healthy workplaces mean better services for all Canadians.
November 7, 2014 |
The new definition of 'danger' and other harmful changes to Canada Labour Code rules on health and safety brought about in Bill C-4 came into effect Oct. 31, 2014.
October 31, 2014 |
The Conservative government's income splitting and other tax proposals would do nothing to help the vast majority of Canadian families.
October 27, 2014 |
The federal government introduced a budget implementation bill that makes a problematic change to the funding of Employment Insurance.
October 23, 2014 |
PBO analysis confirms: legislative changes to EI are hurting workers and economies in many communities in Canada.
October 9, 2014 |
Senators are once again debating Bill C-377 after it lay dormant in the Senate for a year. The bill would force unions to provide excessively detailed and intrusive reports to the CRA.
September 15, 2014 |
The government presented the same proposal to gut sick leave to all of the Treasury Board bargaining tables.
September 2, 2014 |
The Parliamentary Budget Officer released a report on August 14 that confirms PSAC's assertion that the government is making reckless cuts to public services.
August 29, 2014 |
The Peoples' Social Forum brought together thousands of activists from several social movements from across the country who now have protecting quality public services on all their agendas.
August 13, 2014 |
August 12 is International Youth Day, a day endorsed by the United Nations General Assembly in 1999 in a resolution upon the recommendation by the World Conference of Minsters Responsible for Youth.
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