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Bargaining

PSAC negotiates wages and working conditions for employees in almost 150 Locals and in hundreds of workplaces in our region. See below for national and regional updates.

Visit the national website for specific updates on all current national negotiations: Treasury Board, CRA, Parks Canada, and FB group.

Specific regional bargaining updates

November 29, 2018 - 11:47am •
  Talks have broken off as of October 20, 2018, when Purolator management indicated that would be making an application for conciliation.
November 28, 2018 - 11:48am •
PSAC’s Parks bargaining team met in Ottawa November 20 - 22 to prepare a package of demands for their upcoming round of negotiations.  
November 28, 2018 - 11:47am •
Government moves from delays to insults in major round of bargaining with PSAC After months of delays, PSAC bargaining teams representing 90,000 federal public service workers were stunned when the Liberal government tabled a series of offensive counter-proposals in the latest negotiations between the union and Treasury Board.
November 21, 2018 - 10:29am •
Last Friday, PSAC and Treasury Board confirmed that the parties will exchange proposals and commence negotiations for a new collective agreement for the Border Services (FB) group the week of January 7th, 2019. Our FB bargaining team looks forward to returning to bargaining and making Canada Border Services Agency a better place to work. 
October 29, 2018 - 9:18am •
The PSAC/UTE bargaining team met with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) on October 23-25 to continue negotiations for a new collective agreement. While the team raised a number of key issues like job security, scheduling protections, and improving working conditions in call centres, the employer did not move to resolve them.
October 22, 2018 - 9:58am •
Bargaining teams representing nearly 90,000 federal public service workers were at the bargaining table with Treasury Board (TB) on October 16-17.
October 22, 2018 - 9:29am •
The Union team met with the employer October 19 and 20 in Vancouver. Your bargaining team was seeking financial parity with all other unionized employees who work for the company and Purolator chose not to meet that minimum request. The team strongly believes that the monetary proposal falls well short of that provided to other unionized workers at Purolator.

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