The PSAC has taken the first step in its legal challenge against Bill C-4, the legislation that has gutted the collective bargaining rights of federal public service workers.
If implemented, the bill would severely weaken our democracy. It would prevent Elections Canada from encouraging people to vote and would make it harder for some people to cast their ballots.
It’s time for the government to start listening to Canadians who are clearly asking for more oversight, not less.
The government says it intends to double the premiums that retirees pay for the plan and triple the time it takes for someone to become eligible for post-retirement benefits.
The PSAC recognizes and celebrates the past and present contributions of Black people and people of African descent. We also acknowledge the discrimination, barriers and challenges that remain.
The Chicago Teachers’ Union is a fighting union and the city’s strongest advocate for children and youth. This didn’t happen by accident.
Canada Post's plan to end urban door to door delivery while increasing postage rates is both shockingly bad business and bad for the communities the crown corporation serves.
Federal public sector unions are joining forces to challenge an unprecedented assault on collective bargaining and workplace health and safety by the Conservative government.
For many trade unionists in Canada, including PSAC members, his life as a revolutionary, political prisoner and elected leader was an inspiration in our own struggles.
Veterans and the workers who serve them say it will be impossible for eight Client Service Agents to make up for the work of the 89 front line workers in Veterans Affairs offices slated for closure.