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Updates

Our bargaining team met with Canada Post Corporation on May 16 and 17, 2017.

We had asked the employer to provide us with detailed information about their efforts to resolve existing surplus situations. The employer provided some of this information this week and committed to provide the balance of the information at our next meeting for our review and analysis. We continue to ask you to give us feedback on the employer’s proposal to change our current job security provisi

May 17 is marked worldwide as the day against homophobia, transphobia and biphobia. PSAC stands in solidarity with our GLBT members against all forms of hatred and prejudice.

Recently, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has announced a planned change to its part-time policy. PSAC-CIU has made clear that it is opposed to such changes. At the bargaining table, our position is to improve job and income security for PSAC-CIU members at CBSA. An increase in part-time employment runs contrary to this objective. 

Recently, the federal government held consultations on what should be included in new legislation dealing with accessibility for people with disabilities.

Sisters and Brothers,

Like many of you, I stayed up late last night watching for the results and cheering the candidates on.

While the outcome of our provincial election may not make itself clear for some time, one thing is clear: the majority of British Columbians voted for change.

Regardless of what happens in the upcoming days, I am confident that BC is moving in a better direction. We all should be proud of the role PSAC members played in building a better BC.

The latest annual report on the federal public service notes the failure of the Phoenix pay system as one of the biggest challenges that faced the public service last year.

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