Groups

Members belong to Groups, which include all the members of the same bargaining unit. Each Group operates under its own Constitution which must be consistent with Institute By-Laws. Members of the Group elect their own Executive.

As a member,your voice counts and you're encouraged to participate in the activities of your Group.

Institute Sub-Groups are listed under their respective Group page.

Latest Group and Sub-Group News

30 January 2019
PIPSC – AU-CO-PG Executive MEETING MINUTES Meeting # 1 Saturday June 23rd, 2018 9am – 4pm Casino Lac Leamy – Salon Exécutif Participants: President - Peter Gabriel
29 January 2019
NAV CANADA Executive Meeting October 12, 2018 Marriott Residence Inn – Laurier Avenue Ottawa, ON Minutes President (MS) Vice President (PT) Secretary (EF) Treasurer (PV) Member at Large (MD)
29 January 2019
Annual General Meeting N. S. CHAPTER 30 November 2018 Retired members Guild AGM year ending 2017 In attendance were:
29 January 2019
Minutes of the General meeting N. S. CHAPTER May. 17, 2018 In attendance were: Rick Sanschagrin President Noel White Treasurer Anne Sheridan Member at Large Don Eldershaw Secretary & Communications
29 January 2019
Notice of 2019 CS Group AGM and Call for Delegates The 2019 CS AGM will be held on Saturday, June 8, 2019 at the Delta Hotel Winnipeg, 350 St. Mary Avenue, Winnipeg, MB starting at 9:00 am. The AGM is a forum to provide direction to your CS Executive.
28 January 2019
PEI AFS SUB GROUP ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM) Tuesday February 19, 2019 12:00 pm Location:  Razzy’s Restaurant
25 January 2019
PIPSC NR Group Bargaining Bulletin #6 Bargaining Update for PIPSC NR Members On January 15 & 16, your NR Bargaining Team had our initial face-to-face bargaining session with the Treasury Board Team. At that first bargaining session with Treasury Board, we ex
25 January 2019
What a nicer way to start our SP union year than with a meeting with the Employer! Your Bargaining Team aims for a quick deal by the summer, before the federal election period starts, though it will not at the expense of a fair deal for all of you.
25 January 2019
Your CFIA-SA Bargaining Team will be holding two town halls via teleconference to explain the ratification process and discuss the tentative agreement. Please join us on a call if you have questions regarding the ratification process or the tentative agreement.
25 January 2019
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Date: Thursday, February 21, 2019 Time: 12 noon to 1 pm Location: Pacific Forestry Centre, 506 West Burnside Rd, Victoria BC V8Z 1M5, Main Conference Room
25 January 2019
Members of the Bargaining Team for the SH Group, as well as occupational representatives from other SH professions, met January 18 and 19/2019 to finalize profession specific pay proposals.
24 January 2019
Your Bargaining Team is very pleased to present the ratification package in preparation for voting on the new tentative agreement!
24 January 2019
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN: THE CANADIAN FOOD INSPECTION AGENCY (the “Employer”) -and-
24 January 2019
FAQ – Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on SR classification review 1. Is classification normally negotiable in the Federal Public Service? No.
24 January 2019
Please refer to the Ratification Package and the MOA on SR Classification Review for the specific language of the tentative agreement. Tentative Agreement Summary:
22 January 2019
PIPSC Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the PIPSC DND NCR Sub-group Lac Leamy Hilton Date: 11 April 2018 In Attendance:
22 January 2019
2017 Annual General Meeting (AGM) Minutes of Nuclear Regulatory (NUREG) Group Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 7:30 am at 280 Slater Street, Room 14-32  1.    Call to order, Welcome, and Roll Call 
22 January 2019
URGENT REQUEST FOR EXECUTIVE AND COMMITTEE MEMBERS To:  BCFNHA PIPSC Members I have resigned from FNHA—my last day of work will be March 1, 2019. I am currently serving my 3rd term as President of the BCFNHA PIPSC Group. 
22 January 2019
On December 14, 2018 your Bargaining Team reached a tentative agreement with the Employer to renew your Collective Agreement. Please find all the proposed amendments to the agreement attached for review.
18 January 2019
Dr. Raymond Desjardins, member and vice president of the RE NCR-AAFC Subgroup would be appointed to the Order of Canada, one of our country’s highest honours for his studies on GHG and adaptation to climate change.  Please join us to congratulate Ray for this well-deserved honour.