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The negotiating team is in place, bargaining priorities are set and bargaining proposals are being prepared.

Our national bargaining committee for members at the Canada Revenue Agency met in Ottawa the week of May 14th.  As per our by-laws, members of the committee reviewed bargaining proposals submitted by locals and members throughout Canada and set key priorities for this round of negotiations, including enhanced job protection, scheduling rights, improved leave provisions and fairness for term and part-time workers.

*** To: PSAC Activists in BC

As you know, National Public Services Week is taking place June 10th – 16th, under the theme “Celebrating our Commitment!”

Union of Canadian Transportation Employees NEWS RELEASE Tuesday May 22, 2012

55 lives saved so far this year by staff at Kitsilano Coast Guard Station that will be closed by federal cuts – including 9 lives saved during Victoria Day long weekend, Coast Guard union announces in launching campaign to save Station from closure

VANCOUVER – 55 lives have been saved so far this year by staff at the Kitsilano Coast Guard Station, including 9 lives saved this Victoria Day long weekend says the union representing Coast Guard workers.

Employer contacts FB bargaining team in response to PSAC's filing for conciliation


PSAC filed for conciliation last month when it became clear that Treasury Board/CBSA was not prepared to seriously address our issues, including those concerning parity with other federal enforcement workers.

Thanks to Jennifer Ho for this update on Asian Heritage Month ...
Good morning everyone,