Although federal public servants have always had a limited right to freedom of expression, certain employees have been subjected to increasingly strict policies which govern their behaviour.
PSAC National President Robyn Benson speaks about the 'We are all affected' campaign and what union members can do to make the public aware of the consequences of Conservative government cutbacks.
Budget 2012 certainly spreads the pain around -- paying special attention to some of the most vulnerable. But it's a lot less generous when it comes to sharing the recovery.
BC spent a higher percent of gross domestic product on public education than Canada as a whole in 2002–03. Since then, BC has fallen behind the rest of Canada.
A recent survey of workers in the federal public service continues to demonstrate that public service workers are highly committed to their work while struggling to do more with less.
No giant squirrels were harmed during the making of this film. Public services, however, were not so lucky.
Starting this summer, Premier Dalton McGuinty will eliminate 1,900 vital public service jobs. If elected, Conservative Leader Tim Hudak will cut even more jobs and privatize services.
This week on Not Rex, Humberto DaSilva asks: should public transit be free on smog and heat alert days?
The Harper Conservatives' imposition of Draconian back-to-work legislation on postal workers signals a new era of attacks on the democratic rights and living standards of Canada's middle class.
Public Service Alliance of Canada
The Harper Conservatives aim to reduce the deficit on the backs of hard working Canadians by slashing essential services. In response, the PSAC launches a national campaign.