PSAC is alarmed by the government’s unexpected decision to outsource administration of the Canada Student Service Grant program to the WE Charity.
Amanda Clark talks about her book "Opening the Government of Canada" and the challenges and conundrums of governing in the digital era.
This week, Finance Minister Travis Toews was light on facts, but heavy on threats to public services and jobs.
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Dr. Isabelle Leblanc talks about the work of Médecins québécois pour le régime public, which translates as Quebec Doctors for Medicare.
The government of Ontario says it wants to help workers in precarious jobs. It overlooks an important fact, however: for a growing number of precarious workers, government itself is the employer.
The Conservative government has just signed a free trade that will give corporations, not elected governments, more power to decide what's good for Canada.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers has reviewed Canada Post's quarterly report and some facts stand out.
Finance Minister Martin Coiteux congratulated himself on cutting close to 500 public service jobs since January 1. Is this a good strategy for encouraging investment?
This is National Public Service Week. It was created by an act of the government of Canada in 1992 to recognize federal public service employees and celebrate their service to Canadians.
Sick days should be collectively bargained for, not legislated. Federal public sector unions say that the budget implementation bill violates their Charter rights.