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Updates

The pace is picking up and the BC PSAC women are active and involved.  Next week the Women chairs will be meeting and at the end of the month we will participate in a one day think tank on attacking cutbacks to federal public services.  Earlier this month, I participated in the  vigil for Sisters in Spirit in Kelowna.  This is a annual national event and PSAC along with many other organizations issued a heartfelt statement ....  

Bargaining Team continues to demand parity with other federal enforcement workers.

Our FB bargaining team met with Treasury Board and CBSA representatives in Ottawa the week of October 3rd to continue negotiations for a new contract. Talks over the course of the four days focussed on our proposals concerning pension reform, VSSA and non-VSSA scheduling, seniority rights and severance.

Join PSAC and other Union members at the Vancouver Art Gallery at 12:00PM, Saturday, October 15, in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement’s call for good jobs, fair taxes and strong public services.

PSAC's bargaining team used the opening session with Parks Canada, Sept. 20-22 to emphasize members concerns over contracting out, the use of contractors and volunteers and the student issue.

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