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  • Do you think young workers are underrepresented in the Public Service Alliance of Canada?
  • Do you want to do something about inequality? Are you concerned with the rising cost of housing?
  • Is Childcare an important issue for you? How about a $15.00 minimum wage?
  • Are you concerned with job security and precarious work?
  • Get involved with a Young Worker Committee and have your voice heard!

Our bargaining team held three days of bargaining with SSO during the week of November 20. We focused on our key bargaining issues: hours of work, job security and term employment. We did this with the support of our members across the country.

A tentative agreement between Public Service Alliance of Canada and Canada Post Corporation has been reached early Sunday morning in Ottawa. The deal, covering more than 1,300 workers, provides for continued job security for CPC employees who are members of PSAC/UPCE and includes other improvements to the collective agreement.

Our bargaining team met with the Parks Canada Agency during the week of November 20, 2017.

While we went into this week feeling optimistic about reaching a tentative agreement, we are extremely frustrated to report one was not achieved.

Our Team and Employer made final arguments on November 23, 2017.

As per the Public Service Labour Relations Act, our FB Bargaining Team filed for conciliation earlier this year when it became clear that the employer was not prepared to seriously address our issues, including parity with other law enforcement agencies and matters related to hours of work such as protections for compressed work weeks, VSSA’s and telework.