Historic swearing in of the Right Honourable Mary Simon as Governor General

On behalf of PIPSC members, President Debi Daviau congratulated the Right Honourable Mary Simon on her swearing in as Canada’s new Governor General.

PIPSC members work at Rideau Hall. President Daviau offered her collaboration on measures that build relationships between management at the Office of the Governor General’s Secretary and workers.

READ THE LETTER

The Governor General can count on PIPSC members’ dedication to Canadian public services. As the Governor General showcases Canada across the globe, we hope we can strengthen our reputation as one of the world’s most effective public services.

The Right Honourable Mary Simon can also count on our support in advocacy work to defend public services, Indigenous rights and culture, and our values of fairness and equity.


16 January 2023
Any return to office policy must “consider the nature of each department’s work and the services they provide to Canadians.” Those are Treasury Board President Mona Fortier’s own words, and we urge her to heed them, said presidents of PIPSC and CAPE in an opinion letter published in The Ottawa Citizen.

4 January 2023
The New Year is here and I want to take this opportunity to sincerely wish you all the very best in 2023. Our challenges can definitely lead to positive outcomes for our members.

3 November 2022
On October 28, 2022 President Carr met for the first time with Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier to discuss a number of important issues that affect our members, public services and Canadian taxpayers.

2 November 2022
On October 24, 2022 President Jennifer Carr appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Government Operations and Estimates (OGGO) to discuss the nefarious effects of outsourcing on our members, public services and Canadian taxpayers.

1 November 2022
PIPSC President Jennifer Carr urges all Canadians to stand in solidarity with their fellow workers at CUPE.

15 July 2022
President Jennifer Carr met with Treasury Board President Mona Fortier to discuss key member concerns, including the return to the workplace and the government’s strategic review of public services announced in its 2022 budget.