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Our PSAC-Customs and Immigration Union (PSAC-CIU) bargaining team representing Border Services (FB) rejected concessions to job security and again pushed for 25 and out retirement during negotiations with Treasury Board/Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) the week of June 10.

The bargaining team representing approximately 400 members of PSAC DCL 20500, the Commissionaires Union, met with employer in Victoria for the full week of May 27.

Normally bargaining begins with an exchange of preliminary proposals that are non-monetary. Once these proposals discussed in detail, the two parties move to monetary items like wages, shift premiums, the duration of the agreement, etc.

To: Locals and Branches in B.C.

Re: PSAC B.C. Regional Women’s Conference “Empowered Women Empower Women”


Please accept this request for a donation to the upcoming PSAC B.C. Regional Women’s Conference under the theme “Empowered Women Empower Women” which will be held September 13-15, 2019.

This year’s National Public Service Week (NPSW), being held between June 9 and 15, is happening while 140,000 PSAC members are fighting to reach fair collective agreements and proper compensation for the Phoenix disaster. 

Working together, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and its component union, the Union of Canadian Transportation Employees (UCTE), have produced a video to highlight the negative outcomes of the full-scale privatization of critical public infrastructure.