Last year, the House of Commons unanimously designated August 1st as Emancipation Day in order to mark the end of slavery…
PSAC-UVAE launch new campaign to stop contracting out services to veterans
The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and the Union of Veterans’ Affairs Employees (UVAE) have launched a campaign calling for the…
Reproductive Rights are Human Rights
PSAC-NCR and the broader labour movement stand in solidarity with everyone grieving the US Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade….
PSAC files for arbitration with the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
After months of negotiations with the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, PSAC has reached impasse at the bargaining table….
NAC workers reach tentative agreement
After more than three years without a contract and a difficult round of bargaining, PSAC has reached a tentative agreement with the National Arts Centre after marathon negotiation sessions.
Workers at National Arts Centre vote overwhelmingly to strike
Members from the Operations and Ushers/Box Office groups working at the National Arts Centre voted overwhelmingly to strike, having worked without a contract since 2018 and 2019 respectively.
Workers at National Arts Centre hold strike vote
Members from the Operations and Ushers/Box Office groups working at the National Arts Centre (NAC) are holding a strike vote this week
ASGs: We deserve respect
On April 2, PSAC members at the Office of the Auditor General of Canada voted overwhelmingly to ratify their hard-won collective agreement, concluding a 128-day strike in the midst of a global pandemic.
FAQ: How bargaining with Treasury Board works
Bargaining with Treasury Board can seem like an obscure process where a bunch of people spend time talking at each other at random intervals for months or even years before anything happens and we end up with a new collective agreement.
Tell the National Arts Centre to treat workers with fairness
Workers are demanding the reinstatements while also fighting management for a new contract that provides wages that keep up with inflation, benefits for all workers, values bilingual staff, stops contracting out, and ensures the Centre’s tradespeople are fairly compensated.