Bargaining Mobilization

Nationally, PSAC is currently in negotiations with CFIA, CRA, Parks CanadaSSO, and the Treasury Board: FB, EB, PA, SV and TC groups. PSAC’s bargaining teams are working hard at the table to improve collective agreements and strengthen the federal public service. They can’t do it alone, the teams need the support and the solidarity of the PSAC members they represent.

Collectively we have a lot of strength. Join with members across the country and support our teams!

Visibility in the workplace – letting the employer know that we stand behind the team – is key to showing that strength. Wearing a bracelet, a button, or a sticker, or taking any form of workplace action shows the employer and your supervisor that you’re aware of the issues, that you’re concerned about the issues, and that you are demonstrating solidarity.

This page contains news and information about all our bargaining mobilization activities in BC as well as contact info for each units Mobilizing Committee or contact.

CRA - To get involved in CRA mobilization activities, contact your Local President or Steward.

Parks Canada - To get involved in Parks mobilization activities, contact your nearest Parks Mobilization Committee member (info coming soon).

CFIA - To get involved in CFIA mobilization activities, contact your Local President.

SSO - To get involved in SSO mobilization activities, contact Monica Urrutia in the PSAC Vancouver Regional Office.

Treasury Board - Contact your nearest Mobilization Committee member

Area Name Email Local
Vancouver Downtown, north of Georgia Street Ann-Marie Friesen  UEW 20729
Vancouver Downtown, south of Georgia Aaron Chang CEIU 20938
Vancouver Waterfront, Burrard Inlet, North Vancouver, Squamish Teri Friday AGR 20060
Vancouver City - all except downtown      
Maple Ridge, Coquitlam Dianne Stoesz CEIU 20943
Abbotsford, Mission, Chilliwack, Aggasiz Kirsty Havard USGE 20091
Langley, Surrey, Delta Jennifer Chieh-Ho  UNE 20088
Prince Rupert, Terrace Jill MacNeill UEW 20247
Prince George Ron Hardy USGE 20070
Okanagan Wes Todd CEIU 20914
Kootenays Anik Lariviere CEIU 20918
Vancouver Island North Bert Farwell UCTE 20220
CFB Esquimalt & Victoria Downtown Colleen Girard UNDE 21008
Vancouver Island West Darryl Smith CEIU 20969
Victoria James Bay Ernest Hooker UCTE 20220
Vancouver Island Mid Joshua Miller CEIU 20947
Victoria Mid Ken Waldron UNDE 21013
Victoria Downtown Kuldeep Deol GSU 20001
Victoria North Liz Oliphant UEW 20076
Vancouver Island Mid Vanessa Miller CEIU 20947
William Head Institution Wanda Pocock USGE 20018
June 1, 2016 - 12:00am •
May 27, 2016 - 9:54am •
PSAC’s June 8th actions in support of our federal public service bargaining teams are less than two weeks away. I encourage all PSAC members in the federal public service to participate. Please contact your local, or the closest PSAC Regional office, to find out how you can participate.
May 26, 2016 - 10:00am •
We asked Bob Jackson, PSAC Regional Executive VP for BC, why members are taking action on June 8th. Here's what he had to say.
May 18, 2016 - 1:43pm •
April 25, 2016 - 10:54am •
Our CFIA Bargaining Team was at the table last week. Members working at CFIA showed their support by wearing red bracelets. Here are some photos and the latest CFIA bargaining update is available at the national website.
August 28, 2015 - 11:57am •
Kamloops – Members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada, including federal government workers from Service Canada, Corrections Canada, RCMP civilian staff, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, and Environment Canada are gathering in Riverside Park to meet with candidates in the upcoming federal election to hear from them about their party’s plan for federal public services.
August 19, 2015 - 11:02am •
Members, particularly those who work for the Government of Canada, have asked us if they can share PSAC’s Vote to Stop the Cuts advertising material through social media.
July 13, 2015 - 12:53pm •
The Conservative government has been working steadily to undermine and eliminate workplace rights in the federal government. It’s time for a change.


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