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.
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.
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.
This code was developed based on input from the delegates to the 2018 PIPSC AGM, the Advisory Council and the Board of Directors. All AGM Delegates and Observers will uphold the principles of respect in their own dealing during the AGM with fellow Institute members and staff.