The ratification kit, which includes the full text of the tentative agreement, is now available for download.
Federal vaccination requirements: No policy until after federal election
In a recent meeting with PSAC and other federal public service bargaining agents, Treasury Board committed to ongoing consultation in the development of a vaccine requirement framework
FB Ratification Vote Information
FB members will have the opportunity to vote on the tentative agreement between September 7–23.
2021 Federal Party Records
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SSO bargaining resumes for newly merged units
The Statistics Survey Operations (SSO) bargaining team — now representing nearly 2,000 members in the merged Regional Offices and Field Units groups — resumed talks with Statistics Canada representatives August 17-18.
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PSAC members name their top election issues
In anticipation of a federal election, we invited PSAC members to participate in a survey in June 2021, where we asked which election issues mattered most to them, and what they wanted their union to provide to support them in casting an informed vote.
Granville Island ratification vote information
The Local 20378 bargaining team has reached a tentative agreement with the Canadian Housing and Mortgage Corporation (CMHC) Granville Island, and PSAC members will now have the opportunity to vote on their new collective agreement.
Public service workers shouldn’t be disciplined over vaccination requirements
This week, national political party leaders have made concerning statements about disciplining or terminating federal public service workers who choose not to be vaccinated as part of the government’s vaccine mandate proposal.
In this election, we can make sure no one is left behind
This election is Canada’s opportunity to choose leaders who will make life better for everyone: a government that will make investments in public services, take care of those who need help, correct inequality, and ensure the wealthiest Canadians pay their fair share.