PSAC and Treasury Board sign PA, TC and Phoenix deals

PSAC and Treasury Board today signed new collective agreements for the Program and Administrative (PA) and Technical Services (TC) groups that were ratified by members on September 29. The two bargaining units account for over 80,000 federal public service workers. PSAC and Treasury Board also signed the Phoenix damages agreement reached this summer. 

Separately, the parties signed the protocol agreement on the negotiation of working conditions for civilian members in the RCMP who are slated to be deemed into PSAC bargaining units. 

Implementation period begins for PA and TC groups 

The formal signing of the agreements today means that with the exception of monetary provisions, which are retroactive, new contract terms are in effect. Treasury Board now has 180 days to implement wage increases, wage adjustments and allowances. As explained in the contract ratification kits, in view of this extended implementation timeline which is normally 90 days, PSAC negotiated a $500 lump sum payment for members into these new contracts. 

Phoenix settlement implementation 

PSAC expects Treasury Board to pay Phoenix general damages (i.e., the $2,500 lump sum) within the abovementioned 180-day collective agreement implementation period. Furthermore, information on how current and former members who have suffered severe losses due to the Phoenix pay system can claim additional compensation will be provided by Treasury Board in the coming months. We will continue pressing the government for an efficient implementation of this settlement. 

Other bargaining units 

Members in the Education and Library Science (EB), Operations Services (SV) and PSAC-UTE (Canada Revenue Agency) groups also recently ratified their tentative agreements. PSAC is working with Treasury Board to finalize the text and pay grids of the new agreements and expects to sign the new deals in the coming weeks.  

Members in the Parks and CFIA bargaining units have until November 4 to vote for their tentative agreements. 

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Please keep your contact information up to date via the member portal to continue receiving information about implementation of collective agreements and the Phoenix settlement. 

Source: http://psacunion.ca/psac-and-treasury-board-sign-pa-tc-and-phoenix

SV members ratify new tentative agreement

October 5, 2020

PSAC members in the Operational Services (SV) bargaining unit have voted in favour of their tentative agreement. The unit represents nearly 10,000 federal public service workers who have gone above and beyond to support Canadians during this pandemic. 

The new collective agreement covers the 2018-2021 period and provides fair wages, no concessions and improved working conditions. 

“I am proud of the elected members of our bargaining teams for their unwavering dedication during this round of talks,” said Chris Aylward, PSAC National President. “Thanks to their hard work and the solidarity shown by thousands of members across the country, we were able to negotiate a fair deal. We’re now in a strong position to build on these improvements in the next round of bargaining.” 

Next Steps 

In the coming weeks, PSAC will meet with Treasury Board representatives to sign the new collective agreement. With the exception of monetary provisions, which are retroactive, new contract terms come into effect on the date of signing. 

The employer has 180 days from the signing of the contract to implement wage increases, wage adjustments and allowances. As explained in the ratification kits, in view of this extended implementation timeline, PSAC negotiated a $500 lump sum payment into all contracts. 

PSAC will update members when the contract is signed. Please keep your contact information up to date via the member portal

Parks, CFIA and FB group 

Members in the Parks and CFIA units vote between October 5 and November 4. 

Members in the Border Services (FB) unit are still in talks. 

Source: http://psacunion.ca/sv-members-ratify-new-tentative-agreement

PSAC members ratify new agreements with Treasury Board and CRA

September 29, 2020

A majority of PSAC members in the Program and Administrative (PA)Technical Services (TC)Education and Library Science (EB), and PSAC-UTE (Canada Revenue Agency) bargaining units have voted in favour of their respective tentative agreements. The four units represent nearly 110,000 federal public service workers who have gone above and beyond to support Canadians during this pandemic. 

The new collective agreements for the PA, TC and EB groups cover the 2018-2021 period, while the new PSAC-UTE collective agreement covers the 2016-2021 period. All agreements provide for fair wages, no concessions and improved working conditions. 

“I am proud of the elected members of our bargaining teams for their unwavering dedication during this round of talks,” said Chris Aylward, PSAC National President. “Thanks to their hard work and the solidarity shown by thousands of members across the country, we were able to negotiate a fair deal. We’re now in a strong position to build on these improvements in the next round of bargaining.” 

Next Steps 

In the coming weeks, PSAC will meet with Treasury Board and CRA representatives to sign the new collective agreements. With the exception of monetary provisions, which are retroactive, new contract terms come into effect on the date of signing. 

Both employers have 180 days from the signing of the contracts to implement wage increases, wage adjustments and allowances. As explained in the ratification kits, in view of this extended implementation timeline, PSAC negotiated a $500 lump sum payment into all contracts. 

PSAC will update members when contracts are signed. Please keep your contact information up to date via the member portal

SV group, Parks, CFIA and FB group 

Members in the Operational Services (SV) group have until October 5 to vote on their new contract while those in the Parks and CFIA units will vote between October 5 and November 4. 

Members in the Border Services (FB) unit are still in talks. 

Source: http://psacunion.ca/psac-members-ratify-new-agreements-treasury-0?_ga=2.24802298.1979735453.1601403743-722671214.1553177201

Register to cast your ballot in Parks Canada and CFIA ratification votes

September 28, 2020

The Parks Canada Agency and Canada Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) bargaining teams have reached tentative agreements with their employers, and PSAC members will now have the opportunity to vote on their new collective agreements.  PSAC has organized ratification votes between October 5 to November 4 to allow both Parks & CFIA members to cast their ballot.  See below to sign up for the ratification vote webinar that is most convenient for you.  

In order to be eligible to vote you must:  

1.   have received your personal identification number by e-mail or mail (your PIN is required to vote, but is not required to register and attend a webinar) 

2.   ensure you are a member in good standing (MIGS)   

3.   attend a 15-minute webinar session  

Step 1: Receive your Personal Identification Number (PIN)  

For those PSAC members for whom we have no personal email, we will send a letter in the mail containing your PIN to your home address two weeks before the beginning of the voting period. If we have a non-employer, personal e-mail address on file, we will instead send you an email with your PIN the day before voting begins (please check your junk mail folder). If you still haven’t received your PIN, please contact your PSAC Regional Office. 

Please take a moment to update your contact information and provide us with your personal, non-work email address. You can update your contact information online by logging into the PSAC member portal or create an account if you don’t already have one.   

If you still have not received your PIN after the voting period begins, please check your junk e-mail folder and if it is not found there contact your PSAC Regional Office.  

Step 2: Ensure you are a member in good standing (MIGS)   

In some situations, PSAC members cease being members in good standing (MIGS) and lose the right to participate in ratification votes.  To confirm your status, please contact your PSAC component.  

If you are on extended leave  

If you are on extended leave (e.g., long term disability, maternity or parental leave) and therefore not a member in good standing (MIGS), you can make a request to remain in good standing to the National President via this online form. This will allow you to participate in the ratification vote.   

If you have not signed a union card or are unsure that it has been processed  

If you have never signed a union card, you will not be able to participate in the ratification process. You can fill out and sign a union card online.  

If you are unsure that you have previously signed a card or are unsure that it has been processed, simply fill out a new card online.  

Even if you are already a member in good standing, please take a moment to give us your personal, non-work email address. You can update your contact information online right now.    

If you have difficulty updating your information, contact your PSAC Regional Office.  

Step 3: Register for a webinar  

In order to ensure that members are fully informed prior to casting their ballot, the PSAC constitution requires all members to attend an information session before they vote. These sessions will be held by webinar in each region and will allow members to ask questions regarding the content of the tentative agreement. Attendance will be tracked and only those who registered and attended the full presentation will have their member profile updated on the e-voting system, enabling them to vote.   

Find your PSAC region below to register for the webinar. Your PSAC ID is required to register for the webinar. It is listed in the top right corner of your voter package for easy reference or you can contact your PSAC Regional Office to obtain it. You must attend a session specific to your bargaining unit in order for your attendance to be counted. Please note that registrations will close 90 minutes (180 minutes in the Quebec region) before a webinar starts. Make sure to register early in order to secure your spot. 

It is strongly recommended that you join the webinar online and only call into the webinar if you have no other option. This will allow you to pose questions in the question box, follow along with the videos and presentation, and easily have your attendance tracked. Those who join by phone will have to go through an additional verification process. 

*You do not need to have received your PIN in order to register for and participate in a webinar* 

Ratification vote webinar schedules for your PSAC region 

Note: GoToWebinar is not supported on Internet Explorer. Please use a different browser to register for the webinars (e.g., Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge). 

British Columbia: http://psacbc.com/parks-canada-ratification-vote-information-members-bc#webinars

Prairies: https://prairies.psac.com/node/11171

Ontario: http://ontario.psac.com/cfia-parks-webinar-schedule

National Capital Region: http://psac-ncr.com/events/parks-canada-bargaining-unit-ncr-information-sessions

Quebec: http://afpcquebec.com/en/information-session-ratification-votes-parks-canada-cfia

Atlantic: http://psacatlantic.ca/updates/register-cast-your-ballot-parks-canada-cfia-ratification-votes

North: http://psacnorth.com/collective-agreements/ratification-votes-parks-canada-october-5-november-4

Online webinar participation is preferred  

We strongly recommend joining via browser or the GoToWebinar app (iPhone, Android) as this allows us to automatically track your attendance. If you wish to join by phone, you can have your participation counted by briefly joining the webinar via browser or the app and retrieving an audio PIN using the control panel. You can then log off the online webinar to continue listening by calling in by phone and have your participation counted.  

If you will be joining by phone and are unable to retrieve an audio PIN through the app or browser, please note that your attendance will not be automatically registered. Therefore, you must inform your PSAC Regional Office of your presence on the webinar. Instructions on how to do so will be provided during the webinar. If we do not have a record of your attendance, your vote will not be counted.  

Requests for accommodation   

If you require any accommodation to be able to participate fully in the webinars (such as ASL interpretation), please contact your PSAC Regional Office as soon as possible.   

Technical notes  

Please join the webinar a few minutes early to make sure you are able to log-in and address any technical problems in advance. 

The webinar may not work on all tablets.  

Step 4: How to Vote 

As a PSAC member working for Parks Canada Agency or CFIA, you will have the opportunity to vote on the tentative agreement with your employer from 
October 5 to November 4

You can vote on the tentative agreement by telephone or online. As stated above, you must attend an information session before voting.  

  • Using the PIN that was sent to you by e-mail or mail, you can vote any time from 8:00 a.m. (EDT) the day voting begins until 12 p.m. (EDT) the final day of voting after you have attended a webinar outlined in Step 3.  
  • The phone number and website for voting will be provided to you during the webinar.    
  • Please be aware that if you should be interrupted while voting, you may re-access the voting system to complete your voting.  
  • This vote is by secret ballot. How you vote is entirely confidential.  

Source: http://psacunion.ca/register-cast-your-ballot-parks-canada-and-cfia

Parks Canada ratification kit, including the full text of the agreement, now available

September 14, 2020

On September 3, PSAC’s Parks bargaining team reached a tentative agreement with the Parks Canada Agency. The bargaining team unanimously recommends ratification of the new agreement.

The ratification kit which includes the full text of the tentative agreement is now available for download.

Members will be invited to participate in an online ratification process from October 5 to November 4.

Tentative agreement reached for Parks Canada members

In a victory for members at Parks Canada, PSAC has reached a tentative agreement that includes a competitive economic increase, greater parity with the core public service, no concessions, and improved working conditions and job security.  

Members at Parks Canada will also be awarded the Phoenix damages settlement to compensate for the pain and suffering caused by the broken pay system. Please read the following update which provides greater detail on the general Phoenix compensation portion of the settlement, as well as the expansion of the claims process for out-of-pocket expenses and for those who suffered major losses because of Phoenix.  

Annual wage settlement & shift premiums 

PSAC’s bargaining team successfully secured fair wage increases averaging at 2.11% per year. Parks Canada members would receive the following wage increases:  

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 
2.8% 2.2% 1.35% 

In addition, shift premiums for employees working between 5 p.m. and 6 a.m. will increase from $2.00/hour to $2.25/hour (12.5% increase). 

Catch up adjustments to Core Public Administration 

Members in the following groups and sub-groups will receive wage adjustments to catch them up to their counterparts in the core public administration. Adjustments will be applied in Year 3 of the collective agreement:  

AR (all levels) GL-PIP-12  
EG (all levels) GL-MDO-03 
FI (all levels) GL-MDO-05 
HR (all levels) GL-MDO-12  
BI-03  GL-MOC-11 
CO-01 to CO-04  GL-MOC-08  
EL-06 to EL-09  GL-PCF-11 
GL-COI-09 GL-PCF-14  
GL-COI-14 GL-PIP-12  
GL-EIM-12 GL-MDO-03 
GL-ELE-01 GL-MDO-05 
GL-ELE-06  GL-MDO-12  
GL-ELE-14  GL-MOC-11 
GL-MAM-13  GL-MOC-08  
GL-MAN-07  GL-PCF-11 
GL-MAN-08 GL-PCF-14  
GL-MAN-13  GL-PIP-12  
GL-MDO-03 GL-PRW-07  
GL-MDO-05 GL-PRW-08  
GL-MDO-12  GL-PRW-13  
GL-MOC-11 GL-VHE-13  
GL-MOC-08  GS-02  
GL-PCF-11 GS-11  
GL-PCF-14  HP-03 

Lump sums and allowances  

  • A one-time payment of $500 in recognition of the extended collective agreement implementation deadline and an additional $50 for every subsequent 90-day delay. 
  • Effective 180 days following the signature of the agreement, Enforcement Officers at the GT-04 and GT-05 levels will receive an increase to their existing annual allowance from $3,000 to $3,534. 
  • Improved and expanded retention allowance for CR-05, AS-01, AS-02, AS-03 or AS-04 Compensation Advisors working in pay pods under the banner of the Public Service and Procurement Canada Pay Centre (PSPC) to $3,500 per year. 
  • Renewal of $2,500 allowance for AS-01, AS-02 & AS-03 Compensation Advisors working at the Agency.  
  • Extension of temporary incentives for AS-01, AS-02 and AS-03 Compensation Advisors, providing a one-time $4,000 payment and double overtime. This existing provision will apply until September 1st, 2020. 
  • New allowance of $1.00 per hour for Dog Handling.  

Other improvements  

  • Significant improvements to Workforce Adjustment (WFA):
    1. Inclusion of seniority in the Voluntary Departure Process, ensuring that selections will be done on the basis of seniority.
    2. Requirement to have joint Workforce Adjustment committees.
    3. Expanded definition of alternation, allowing surplus employees to alternate into an indeterminate position within the Agency.
    4. Increase to the Education Allowance from $15,000 to $17,000 for indeterminate employees who are laid off during workforce adjustment process.
  • Memorandum of understanding (MOU) reached between the parties agreeing on the value of returning to full membership of the National Joint Council (NJC). Creation of a union-management sub-committee that will discuss Parks Canada’s assessment of its policies related to the NJC and the feasibility of a full and expedited return to the NJC. This work will be completed prior to the next round of bargaining.
  • Improvements to parental & maternity leave:
    1. Updated language to match the new legislation including a new extended leave option and the sharing of parental leave.
    2. Expanded supplementary allowance for every week an employee is on extended or shared parental leave.
    3. Additional weeks for parents covered under the Quebec Parental Insurance Plan, when both parents work in the public service.
    4. Better language on return to work following a maternity or parental leave, giving more flexibility to parents who wish to change positions within the federal public service.
    5. New language specifying that employees may take their parental leave in two periods subject to employer discretion.
  • Increase in maternity related reassignment or leave qualification from 52 to 78 weeks following the birth of a child.
  • New provision providing access to ten days of paid domestic violence leave.
  • MOU establishing of a joint committee to review the use of Indigenous languages in the Agency, examine Indigenous language skills in the performance of employee duties, and consider the advantages that Indigenous language speakers bring to the Agency.
  • MOU regarding Mental Health in the Workplace.
  • Recognition that all provisions in the collective agreement referencing a gender are meant for all employees, regardless of gender identity.
  • Expansion of scope for the following Leave improvements now inclusive of a person who stands in place of a relative for:
    • Leave without pay for the care of the family
    • Bereavement leave
    • Leave with pay for family-related responsibilities (now also inclusive of stepchild)
  • New MOU providing up to $150,000 to fund a one-year joint learning program pilot project (MOU will be outside the collective agreement).
  • Improvements to travel time to pay for up to five hours compensation for any stopovers. Increase of travelling cap to 15 hours from 12 hours.
  • An increase in meal allowance for overtime from $10 to $12.
  • Updated and improved language to match the new legislation on Compassionate Care and Caregiving Leave.
  • New language specifying employee’s right to access official copy of an investigation report (Article 17 – No Discrimination & Sexual Harassment).
  • Better language to allow the use of employer facilities for union activities.
  • Deletion of MOU on Supporting Employee Wellness. As a result, sick leave will remain untouched.

Full text and next steps 

We will share the final text and full details of the tentative agreement as soon as it becomes available. Shortly thereafter, members at Parks Canada will be invited to participate in online ratification votes. Details about the votes will be shared as soon as possible.  

Your bargaining team unanimously recommends the ratification of the tentative agreement.   

To ensure that you receive all updates and can participate in the ratification process, please ensure that you have either updated your contact information on PSAC’s member portal, or that you create an account if you have not done so already.  

Bargaining team: 

  • Angela Decker
  • Daniel Toutant
  • Daniel Britton
  • Kassandra McKinnon
  • Marc Phillips
  • Omar Murray
  • Birch Howard

Negotiator: Ashley Bickerton  
Research Officer: Maxime Thibault-Gingras  

Register to cast your ballot in Treasury Board and CRA ratification votes

The PA, TC, EB and SV groups as well as PSAC-UTE have now reached tentative agreements with their employers, and PSAC members will now have the opportunity to vote on their new collective agreements. PSAC has organized ratification votes between August 24 and September 29 in each PSAC region to allow you to cast your ballot. See below to sign up for the ratification vote webinar that is most convenient for you. 

In order to be eligible to vote you must: 

1.   have received your personal identification number by e-mail 

2.   ensure you are a member in good standing (MIGS)  

3.   attend a 15-minute webinar session 

Step 1: Receive your Personal Identification Number (PIN) 

For those PSAC members for whom we have no personal email, we will send a letter in the mail containing your PIN to your home address two weeks before the beginning of the voting period. If we have a non-employer, personal e-mail address on file, we will instead send you an email with your PIN two days before the start of the voting period.   

Please take a moment to update your contact information and provide us with your personal, non-work email address. You can update your contact information online by logging into the PSAC member portal or create an account if you don’t already have one.  

If you have not received your PIN after the voting period begins, please check your junk e-mail folder and if it is not found there contact your PSAC Regional Office

Step 2: Ensure you are a member in good standing (MIGS)  

In some situations, PSAC members cease being members in good standing (MIGS) and lose the right to participate in ratification votes.  To confirm your status, please contact your PSAC component. 

If you are on extended leave 

If you are on extended leave (e.g., long term disability, maternity or parental leave) and therefore not a member in good standing (MIGS), you can make a request to remain in good standing to the National President via this online form. This will allow you to participate in the ratification vote.  

If you have not signed a union card or are unsure that it has been processed 

If you have never signed a union card, you will not be able to participate in the ratification process. You can fill out and sign a union card online. 

If you are unsure that you have previously signed a card or are unsure that it has been processed, simply fill out a new card online

Even if you are already a member in good standing, please take a moment to give us your personal, non-work email address. You can update your contact information online right now.   

If you have difficulty updating your information, contact your PSAC Regional Office

Step 3: Register for a webinar 

In order to ensure that members are fully informed prior to casting their ballot, the PSAC constitution requires all members to attend an information session before they vote. These sessions will be held by webinar in each region and will allow members to ask questions regarding the content of the tentative agreement. Attendance will be tracked and only those who registered and attended the full presentation will have their member profile updated on the e-voting system, enabling them to vote.  

Find your PSAC region below to register for the webinar. Your PSAC ID is required to register for the webinar. It is listed in the top right corner of your voter package for easy reference or you can contact your PSAC Regional Office to obtain it. 

Ratification vote webinar schedules for your PSAC region

British Columbia

Prairies

Ontario

National Capital Region

Quebec

Atlantic

North 

Online webinar participation is preferred 

We strongly recommend joining via browser or the GoToWebinar app (iPhoneAndroid) as this allows us to automatically track your attendance. If you wish to join by phone, you can have your participation counted by briefly joining the webinar via browser or the app and retrieving an audio PIN using the control panel. You can then log off the online webinar to continue listening by calling in by phone and have your participation counted. 

If you will be joining by phone and are unable to retrieve an audio PIN through the app or browser, please note that your attendance will not be automatically registered. Therefore, you must inform your PSAC Regional Office of your presence on the webinar. Instructions on how to do so will be provided during the webinar. If we do not have a record of your attendance, your vote will not be counted. 

Requests for accommodation  

If you require any accommodation to be able to participate fully in the webinars (such as ASL interpretation), please contact your PSAC Regional Office as soon as possible.  

Technical notes 

Please join the webinar a few minutes early to make sure you are able to log-in and address any technical problems in advance. 

The webinar may not work on all tablets. 

Step 4: How to Vote 

As a PSAC member working for Treasury Board, you will have the opportunity to vote on the tentative agreement with your employer from: 

August 24 to September 29, 2020 

You can vote on the tentative agreement by telephone or online. As stated above, you must attend an information session before voting. 

  • Using the PIN that was sent to you by e-mail or mail, you can vote any time from August 24 at 8:00 a.m. (EST) until September 29 at 12 p.m. (EST) after you have attended a webinar outlined in Step 3. 
  • The phone number and website for voting will be provided to you during the webinar.   
  • Please be aware that if you should be interrupted while voting, you may re-access the voting system to complete your voting. 
  • This vote is by secret ballot. How you vote is entirely confidential. 

Ratification votes: What you need to know

PSAC members in the following bargaining units will soon have an opportunity to vote on their respective tentative agreement:

Treasury Board 

Canada Revenue Agency

If you are unsure which bargaining unit under Treasury Board you belong in, you can look it up here.

In order to be eligible to vote you must: 

  1. have received your personal identification number (PIN)
  1. ensure you are a member in good standing (MIGS), and
  1. attend a 15 minute webinar session.

The voting period will be held between August 24 and September 29. Please follow the steps below to ensure you can vote. 

1. Receive your Personal Identification Number (PIN)

For those PSAC members for whom we have no personal email, we will send a letter in the mail containing your PIN to your home address two weeks before the beginning of the voting period. If we have a non-employer, personal e-mail address on file, we will instead send you an email with your PIN two days before the start of the voting period.

Please take a moment to update your contact information and provide us with your personal, non-work email address. You can update your contact information online by logging into the PSAC member portal or create an account if you don’t already have one.

If you have not received your PIN after the voting period begins, please check your junk e-mail folder and if it is not found there contact your PSAC Regional Office.

2. Ensure you are a member in good standing (MIGS)

In some situations, PSAC members cease being members in good standing (MIGS) and lose the right to participate in ratification votes.

If you are on extended leave

If you are on extended leave (e.g., long term disability, maternity or parental leave) and therefore not a member in good standing (MIGS), you can make a request to remain in good standing to the National President via this online form. This will allow you to participate in the ratification vote.

If you have not signed a union card or are unsure that it has been processed 

If you have never signed a union card, you will not be able to participate in the ratification process. You can fill out and sign a union card online.

If you are unsure that you have previously signed a card or are unsure that it has been processed, simply fill out a new card online.

Even if you are already a member in good standing, please take a moment to give us your personal, non-work email address. You can update your contact information online right now.

If you have difficulty updating your information, contact your PSAC Regional Office.

3. Register for a webinar

In order to ensure that members are fully informed prior to casting their ballot, the PSAC Constitution requires all members to attend an information session before they vote for a new collective agreement. These 15 minute presentations will be held via online webinar and will allow members to cast their ballot once the presentation is over. Members will also have the opportunity to stay online after the presentation should they want to ask questions regarding the content of the tentative agreement. The dates and times of the webinars will be listed on your PSAC regional website, and you will have to register in advance.

Attendance will be tracked so participation must be done as an individual (i.e. if there are multiple members in the household you must each register separately and log in separately). Only those who registered and attend the full presentation will have their member profile updated on the electronic voting system, enabling them to vote. Voting will then be done online or via telephone.

PSAC is still in the process of organizing webinars. We will email you and update our website once registration is open.

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If you have additional questions about voting, or the tentative settlement for your bargaining group, please call your PSAC regional office using the info below.

PSAC Regional Office 

E-mail Address 

Phone Number

St. John’s

vote2020_STJ@psac-afpc.com

709-702-3348

Halifax

vote2020_HAL@psac-afpc.com

902-417-1374

Moncton

vote2020_MON@psac-afpc.com

506-317-1047

Charlottetown

vote2020_CHA@psac-afpc.com

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Parks Canada resumes bargaining August 24

Following the successful conclusion of bargaining for several Treasury Board bargaining groups, the Parks Canada bargaining team will be returning to the table to negotiate with agency representatives from August 24 to 28.

The union is committed to making progress on the following:

  • parity with the core public service;
  • a competitive wage increase;
  • fair compensation for Park Wardens;
  • work life balance initiatives, such as improved maternity and parental leave;
  • fairness for seasonal and term workers.

Stay tuned for updates

PSAC will provide updates on talks as appropriate. Please ensure that you have either updated your contact information on PSAC’s member portal, or that you create an account if you have not done so already.