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In conjunction with the Canadian Labour Congress, PSAC is calling on members to contact their Member of Parliament concerning Bill C-377. In its current form, Bill C-377 would be the most costly and discriminatory Bill faced by the labour movement across Canada in memory.
 
We ask that all members contact their local Member of Parliament - especially if the local MP is a Conservative - and voice opposition to the Bill C-377. For more information see below.

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Ottawa - Canada's largest federal public sector union is calling on the government to put an end to mixed messages and the secrecy surrounding how much it wants to cut, when, where and how.

Every year on March 21st, the world commemorates the anniversary of the 1960 Sharpville massacre, which saw dozens of peaceful demonstrators shot by police in apartheid South Africa for protesting racially discriminatory laws. March 21 is a time to remember those who fought against racism and for equality and human rights.

TC Group members are in bargaining with Treasury Board now and we have an opportunity to make our concerns heard.

If you believe in strong health and safety protections for Canadians, send this letter to Tony Clement, President of the Treasury Board, to demonstrate that you value the workers providing these protections, and demand that your government value them too.

Attached you will find the minutes from the Young Worker Caucus AGM held on December 7, 2011, and the documents that were presented and discussed there. At the meeting the caucus members passed of the Terms of Reference for the BC Regional Young Workers Committee - the first formal step towards creating a Regional Young Worker Committee!
 
We have also uploaded minutes and information from the March 14 and June 27, 2012 Young Worker Caucus regional meetings and will continue to update this section with information and "regional" minutes.

PSAC President John Gordon was on CBC's Power and Politics last night, defending public sector workers' right to decent severance pay if they are laid off. He also emphasized the fact that the Workforce Adjustment Appendix is primarily designed to help government workers find other employment in the public service.

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