Letters to the Employer

1 November 2023
On October 24, 2023 President Carr wrote to Marie-Chantal Girard Senior Assistant Deputy Minister about the PSHCP transition.

11 May 2022
On May 9, 2022 President Carr wrote to Canadian Heritage Minister Rodriguez about the clearly insufficient resources allocated to the NFB in the latest federal budget.

8 February 2022
On February 3, 2022 President Carr wrote to Health Minister Duclos about the government’s continued delay in implementing revised Regulations governing patent medicine pricing.

7 February 2022
On February 1, 2022 PIPSC President Carr wrote to Secretary of the Treasury Board Graham Flack pressing for “hazard pay” for front line federal health care workers and for allowing the use of Code 699 Leave for asymptomatic members prevented from attending their workplace.

18 January 2022
On January 10, 2022, President Carr wrote to congratulate Graham Flack on his appointment as Secretary of the Treasury Board.

5 August 2021
Twice now, the federal government has delayed new rules to regulate drug prices. President Debi Daviau reminded Minister Hajdu of the importance of making medication more affordable for Canadians.

19 May 2021
The RCMP Commissioner refuses to intervene to address Computer Personnel (CP) retro pay delays.

30 April 2021
On April 26, 2021 President Debi Daviau wrote to the Honourable Marco E. L. Mendicino, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship regarding the contracting out of the work performed by the members of our Computer Systems (CS) Group at IRCC.

27 April 2021
Too many federal frontline workers are still waiting for the vaccine. Treasury Board must step up to ensure their workers are quickly vaccinated.

15 April 2021
On April 9, 2021 President Debi Daviau wrote to RCMP Commissioner Lucki, urging her to intervene and direct that the retroactive payments for Computer Personnel members be processed as soon as possible.