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Ottawa – The Public Service Alliance of Canada and Canada Post have signed a memorandum of agreement that will see long-awaited pay equity cheques begin to be issued in August.

“PSAC started this process in 1983 with a complaint to the Canadian Human Rights Commission and has stuck with it through literally hundreds of days of Tribunal hearings and numerous court battles,” says PSAC national president Robyn Benson.  “Now the members are finally going to get what they have deserved for so long.”

PSAC/UPCE Local 20095 is at the bargaining table with Purolator Inc. again this week and members are sporting "I support my bargaining team" stickers and temporary tattoos. Here are some photos - thanks to everyone who sent them in!

Solidarity!

Let's make 2013 Victoria Pride Parade the biggest PSAC participation that the island has ever seen!

The Vancouver Island Human Rights Committee would like to invite all Locals and PSAC members on Vancouver Island to march together as a PSAC convoy in the upcoming Victoria Pride Parade July 7, 2013. In the past years, we have marched behind multi-union convoys but we would like to encourage more PSAC locals and committees to come out, show support and march together.

PSAC/UPCE Local 20095 members are holding their second round of bargaining with Purolator Inc. this week, beginning June 24th.

This time, members are showing their solidarity and support by wearing "I support my bargaining team" stickers and temporary tattoos all week.

Veterans Affairs has announced more jobs cuts today, which will again reduce services to veterans who have already felt the impact of severe cuts to the department since the 2012 budget.

Members of the FB Bargaining Team and CIU Leadership tell us why they're voting NO.

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