Collective Bargaining

Our public service is the best in the world. You give your best at home and in your community. Every day you challenge yourself to do better.

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  • Canadians expect the Federal Government to be a model employer and ensure employees are able to give their best in the workplace and to their families. You deserve improved family leave.
  • A healthy and respectful workplace benefits everyone. You deserve stronger anti-harassment protections.
  • Phoenix has hit hard. Your employer has work to do to ensure this is never repeated. You deserve pay protections and a pay increase that reflects the real cost of living.

All collective agreements expired in 2018, and it is time for their renewal. Your bargaining team is working hard on your group’s new collective agreement. The central negotiation table, where you are represented or where your group is represented, is currently working for better family leave, anti-harassment policies and fair pay. Show your support and our collective strength – sign up to support the campaign!

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You can stay up-to-date on the latest developments of your bargaining team by reading the updates section below or visiting your Group’s web page directly.


Central Bargaining Updates

5 February 2019
The PIPSC Central Table Bargaining Team met with Treasury Board representatives from January 29 - 31, 2019 and engaged in a constructive discussion.
4 December 2018
In order to improve the efficiency of negotiations the PIPSC Central Bargaining Team electronically exchanged proposals with Treasury Board on November 2, 2018.
4 December 2018
Here are the bargaining proposals that were exchanged between the PIPSC Central Bargaining Table and Treasury Board.
12 October 2018
As bargaining season is upon us we are Better Together. Building on our success with Work Force Adjustment and our excellent progress with the Employee Wellness Support Program, representatives from the eighteen (18) groups* under the Treasury Board have joined forces to negotiate common issues at a central bargaining table.

Latest Bargaining Updates

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
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! As you are aware, in the early hours of December 15, 2018 a tentative agreement was signed with the Employer, completing this round of negotiations.
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.
17 January 2019
On Thursday, January 10, 2019 representatives from your Bargaining Team - Robert Tellier, Stan Buday, Dean Corda, and Eva Henshaw with Denise Doherty (PIPSC negotiator) - met with Treasury Board to exchange proposals for the renewal of the collective agreement, which expired December 21, 2018.
15 January 2019
Bargaining Bulletin #5 Bargaining Update for PIPSC NR Members On December 3 to 5, your NR Bargaining Team met to finalize our bargaining positions.
10 January 2019
The Team will be hosting two open houses next week on Tuesday and Wednesday to solicit input from the members on issues or concerns to be addressed during this round of bargaining. Please drop in and join us for coffee/tea and snacks!
10 January 2019
The ratification package is currently being translated in preparation for your vote! Keep an eye out for it in the coming weeks. In the meantime please ensure your membership information is up to date. In solidarity,