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17 October 2019
We represent thousands of professionals at the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). They collect the taxes needed to fund the public services Canadians depend on every day.
16 October 2019
Canada’s public service has some of the world’s best scientists. And they can give us the solutions to the challenges that we face on critical issues such as climate change, food safety, water quality and disease prevention. But they need the resources to do the job.
16 October 2019
PIPSC is celebrating its 100th Annual General Meeting. This year’s AGM theme is Leading Progress. The meeting will take place on November 8-9, 2019 at the Hilton Lac Leamy in Gatineau, QC. 
15 October 2019
Last week, the Conservative party platform revealed cuts to government operations which will dramatically reduce public services Canadians need.
15 October 2019
Every $1 invested in public service tax professionals will generate $4 in public revenue, an analysis by the Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) has confirmed
15 October 2019
We represent 13,000 IT workers in the federal government. We’re leading the fight against overpriced consultants. We need to elect a government that will invest in a permanent, not contract, public service.
15 October 2019
On August 29, PIPSC sent questions on our top priorities to the leaders of all the four federal parties running candidates across the country. We have summarized their responses to help you vote for public services.
10 October 2019
With the federal election underway, the government is now in “caretaker mode” which will delay the roll-out of the next phases of the Phoenix Compensation Agreement.
4 October 2019
I am proud of our union. We are unified and strong – and we have seen 100 years of results.
4 October 2019
I am proud of our union. We are unified and strong – and we have seen 100 years of results.
4 October 2019
Ottawa, October 4, 2019 – PIPSC President Debi Daviau will be speaking to union members outside Place du Portage on Monday morning about the importance of electing a government that closes tax loopholes to pay for climate action.
27 September 2019
This week, students across the globe led us to the streets to call for climate action. We must listen to the science. We must put the good work of our public scientists to use.
26 September 2019
Ottawa, September 26, 2019 – Ninety-four percent of federal scientists say climate change is a crisis in need of immediate action. Only 20% of them think Canada is doing enough to fight and mitigate the climate crisis.
23 September 2019
Morgan Cranny admits he doesn’t usually prioritize wage increases when it comes to bargaining. But this year is different.
20 September 2019
Preliminary Report of Consultations on Professionals Canada proposal Based on feedback from the 2018 PIPSC Annual General Meeting, a Task Force was established in consultation with the Board of Directors and the Advisory Council to:
18 September 2019
The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada welcomes the appointment of Karen Jensen as the first federal Pay Equity Commissioner. This is an important step towards closing the gender pay gap in the federal public service and federally-regulated workplaces.
17 September 2019
PIPSC marks the 50th anniversary of the coming into effect of the Official Languages Act on September 7, 1969, and the 10th anniversary of the Linguistic Duality Day celebrated annually on the second Thursday of September throughout the public service of Canada.
16 September 2019
You give your best in your workplace and to your family, each and every day. We went into these negotiations to get agreements that acknowledge and support this – and we got results.
16 September 2019
PIPSC, in its election ad released today, is calling on federal parties to commit to closing corporate tax loopholes to pay for action on the climate crisis.
13 September 2019
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.
13 September 2019
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.
11 September 2019
On September 6, 2019, the government announced the investment of $117M in the design and delivery of the Next Generation human resources and pay system (NextGen), the much-awaited successor to the disastrous Phoenix.
11 September 2019
On September 6, 2019, the government announced the investment of $117M in the design and delivery of the Next Generation human resources and pay system (NextGen), the much-awaited successor to the disastrous Phoenix.
11 September 2019
Here are the top 4 most frequent questions on Phoenix.
11 September 2019
Members like you play an important part in building, protecting and progressing communities across Canada.
9 September 2019
Dr. Margaret Haydon, a scientist who was fired by the government for blowing the whistle on Health Canada's approval process of a controversial veterinary drug, has filed an appeal to the unfair compensation provided by the FPSLREB in her case.
5 September 2019
PIPSC has submitted 11 recommendations to the House of Commons before the drafting of Budget 2020.
3 September 2019
In the latter part of 2020, the CS classification will become the IT classification.
30 August 2019
Each member paid by Phoenix is entitled to paid days of compensation leave. As of August 27, 2019, these paid compensation days should be available in the leave banks of current employees.
30 August 2019
Unions across Canada are welcoming you to Labour Day events, parades and picnics. Let’s celebrate our collective strength and show our solidarity with the Canadian labour movement!
15 August 2019
National child care is a tried and tested policy that is long overdue in Canada. We're joining unions across Canada to call for a national child care plan.
13 August 2019
We are pleased to announce the groups that have voted in favour of their new collective agreements. Find out where your group stands.
12 August 2019
We support having a variety of menstrual products available in federally regulated and federal government workplaces.
6 August 2019
The creation of the Centre is an important step forward in this regard and an excellent example of what can be achieved when the Employer takes the time to work with our union and our members towards a common goal.
2 August 2019
Creating the tools to study, simulate, analyze and understand how different environmental phenomena interact with the physical environments in which we live is the mission of Jean-Philippe Gauthier-Bilodeau, Scientific Programmer Analyst for Environment and Climate Change Canada.
31 July 2019
Parliament has risen and MPs are back in their home ridings — we are getting closer to the next federal election. With fixed election dates, we can expect Election Day to be Monday October 21, 2019.