PSAC

PSAC Statement on the Phoenix victims data breach

The Public Service Alliance of Canada is alarmed to learn that the personal information of over 69,000 Phoenix victims was mistakenly shared with over 200 government employees in 62 departments across the federal public service. Our members have been...

CRA rattled by strike vote announcement

Our bargaining team was very surprised – to say the least – to see CRA’s email to all staff today regarding our current negotiations.  After more than four years without a wage increase, the CRA has never made a wage offer to...

RCMP employees must be kept off Phoenix

The federal government must halt its plan to move 4000 RCMP civilian members from their stable and well-functioning pay system over to the disastrous Phoenix pay system. The Phoenix pay system is far from being stabilized. There is still a backlog of...

Major pension victory at Saint John Airport

In a landmark collective bargaining victory, members at St John Airport (YSJ) secured the right to a defined benefit pension plan, ensuring employees have a stable income in retirement. Like many workers across the country, members at YSJ in Saint...

CRA bargaining: Strike votes to begin in February

PSAC-UTE will begin holding strike votes beginning on February 17. The union have been negotiating in good faith for a new collective agreement with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) since June 2018, but CRA management has consistently refused to...

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