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

 


28 January 2021
On January 26, 2021, PIPSC President Debi Daviau appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities. She presented our members’ concerns about the situation at NAV CANADA and how to best ensure its continued viability.

13 January 2021
We must continue to work together, in solidarity, to advocate for professionals in our workplaces, build on the strength and influence of our union, and push for the Canada we believe in. 

9 December 2020
PIPSC Economist, Ryan Campbell, brings us the 5 takeaways from Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland’s 2020 fiscal update delivered on Monday, Nov. 30, 2020.

16 October 2020
The long-awaited successor to the failed Phoenix pay system will enter a pilot project at Canadian Heritage.

25 September 2020
On September 23, 2020 Governor General Julie Payette delivered a particularly important Speech from the Throne that outlined the government’s priorities and plans for the critical months ahead. In the Speech, the government made a number of statements on issues of great importance to our members and to all Canadians.

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.