Your 2019 Federal Election Toolkit

Fellow members,

On October 21, 2019 Canadians will go to the polls and set the country’s course for the next four years. PIPSC is a non-partisan organization and will not be endorsing one political party over another. Yet, we know that the decisions made by the political party in power can have direct and potentially harmful impacts on our lives as employees and union members.

With that in mind, we have developed this online Election Toolkit that will help you make an informed choice in electing a government that will protect public services and respect the people who provide them.

 In this Toolkit, you’ll find:

In addition, in the weeks ahead we will be publishing the results of our survey asking the four main federal political parties about their positions on public services.

This election is important. Get involved and make a difference. Use your vote to protect public services.

Better Together!

Debi Daviau,
President, PIPSC

 


9 June 2020
When COVID-19 struck, you were ready and you delivered. You are what keeps this country together, and we couldn’t be more proud.

25 March 2020
As we continue our best to represent and advocate for our members despite the current situation with COVID-19, we wanted to share with you an important meeting we held by teleconference with Minister Joyce Murray.

14 February 2020
The inexcusable state of federal buildings across the country is an extremely concerning situation that can only be corrected by a long-term, and expensive, commitment on the part of the government. We will continue to keep a very close watch on the situation.

4 February 2020
On January 17, 2020 I met for the first time with the new President of the Treasury Board, Jean-Yves Duclos.

3 January 2020
We are heading into the new year, energized and determined. In the year ahead, we will work hard to get back every cent owed from Phoenix, ratify the new Employee Wellness Support Plan, fight outsourcing and protect our pensions.

23 December 2019
On December 13, 2019 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau released the mandate letters for his Cabinet. These documents outline his expectations and priorities for his ministers and for the organizations that they lead.