With an overwhelming vote in favour of strike action, six NPF bargaining units in Ottawa, Valcartier, Montreal-St. Jean, Bagotville, Petawawa and Kingston are now in a legal strike position and can declare strike action at any point if an agreement is not reached.
FAQ: Bank of Canada strike votes
In 2022 the parties commenced bargaining and the previous collective agreement expired in December 2021. The bargaining teams met for 33 days since February 23, 2022.
Cathy O’Kane: We will make change by fighting together
People think that because we’re on bases we must be getting paid well. We are proud of the services we provide to military members and their families, but the fact we’re paid so little hurts us and we are prepared to strike if we can’t come to an agreement at the bargaining table.
FAQ: BWXT Bargaining
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Security officers at Bank of Canada vote to strike
Security officers represented by PSAC at the Bank of Canada have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action should negotiations fail to reach an agreement that provides a reasonable wage increase and settles other major outstanding issues.
Staff of the Non-Public Funds: Progress towards national pay grid as 94% vote in favour of strike action
At this critical step of the bargaining process, members are fully mobilized and ready to make it clear that we are united, strong, and will not backing down as we fight for what workers deserve.
Workers on Parliament Hill report “second-class” working conditions as they reach impasse at bargaining table
Hundreds of Parliamentary government workers represented by the Public Services Alliance of Canada are reporting unequal working conditions at the bargaining table with little advancement from their employer.
Bank of Canada Local 71250
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Non-Public Funds – Take Action
Tell the government to stop treating these members as second-class workers.