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4 February 2019
On Tuesday February 5, members of the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) will be on Parliament Hill in Ottawa to meet with Canada’s Parliamentarians on issues of critical importance to the delivery of public services – restoring Canada’s public science capacity, reducing over-reliance on the outsourcing of government services, ensuring the integrity of the country’s tax system, and replacing the troubled Phoenix pay system.
25 January 2019
It's been more than one year since PIPSC officially called the government to Nix Phoenix. Things on that front are finally moving in the right direction to engage with the most important “Users”, the federal employees.
15 January 2019
The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) extends its heartfelt condolences to the victims, families and friends affected by last week’s OC Transpo accident at Westboro station in Ottawa, along with our hopes that those injured are able to recover soon.
9 January 2019
The RCMP CM Bargaining Conference was held in Ottawa, November 21 and 22, 2018. Every civilian member that registered for the conference was invited to participate. Over two full days, participants from Newfoundland to British Columbia worked alongside members of the Negotiation Team to review issues and concerns, and to develop options and strategies for negotiations to protect existing benefits.
11 December 2018
On November 26, Bill C-62, a Bill aimed at repealing two blatantly anti-labour pieces of legislation introduced by the former Harper government, was adopted (received Royal Assent).
11 December 2018
The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) represents some 60,000 public service professionals across the country, the majority of which are employed by the federal government. The Institute appreciates this opportunity to participate in this important public consultation on anti-racism in Canada.
11 December 2018
The table below does not identify every provision of the collective agreements which do not have a comparable provisions within the RCMP Terms and Conditions of Employment.
10 December 2018
This document represents a high level summary of the differences between existing RCMP Terms and Conditions of Employment, and comparable provisions within the six collective agreements for PIPSC members employed by Treasury Board in the Core Public Administration groups