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PSAC welcomes new cabinet ministers 

“We expect Minister Fortier and Treasury Board to come to the bargaining table ready to address the issues that matter most to federal public service workers, including remote work, systemic racism, contracting out, job security, work-life balance and fair wages,” said PSAC National President Chris Aylward.   Read more

Changes to pay equity begin for federal public service workers

PSAC won a landmark pay equity victory for federal public service workers in 1999 that paved the way for more than 230,000 workers – mainly in women-dominated positions – to receive retroactive payments totaling over $3 billion. Members also secured ongoing pay adjustments to provide equal pay for work of equal value.  Read more

For members working in sectors outside the federal government

FAQ: Vaccinations and the workplace

We have compiled several frequently asked questions to provide PSAC members working in sectors outside the federal government with everything they need to know on this important issue. This page will be regularly updated to reflect the changing circumstances.   Learn more

Uncover the Costs: 1-800-O-Canada

When Canadians call 1-800-O-Canada with questions about their employment insurance, pensions, or parental leave they expect answers from a knowledgeable Government of Canada employee, with the training and experience to answer them in both official languages, and who will treat their personal financial information with privacy and security.

Instead, Service Canada contracts out this work – and to an American corporation with a reputation for poor working conditions, low wages and precarious work.

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