Public Service Alliance of Canada

Negotiations between PSAC and Federal Government continue without ease

Apr 23, 2023 | 9:28am

Not seeing union members on the picket lines on the weekend doesn’t mean a deal has been reached between the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and the federal government.  Union members were not on the picket lines on the weekend but National President Chris Aylward says they are still on strike including members who […]

Federal workers now on strike. Here are the services that may be affected

Apr 19, 2023 | 12:40pm

More than 155,000 public servants are now on strike after the country’s biggest federal public-sector union and the government failed to reach a deal by a Tuesday evening deadline. Federal departments and agencies have released a list of services that may be disrupted now that workers are on strike. Here’s an updated list of what […]

Federal workers to strike Wednesday if union, government don’t reach deal by Tuesday

Apr 17, 2023 | 10:13am

The country’s largest federal public service union says if a deal isn’t reached with the federal government by 9 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, it will launch a strike the next day. The Public Service Alliance of Canada says some 155,000 employees are prepared to walk off the job beginning Wednesday, including 35,000 workers from the […]

Canada Border Service Agency workers could hit picket lines within two weeks

Jul 27, 2021 | 4:37pm

Just as the Canada-U.S. border will start to re-open to fully vaccinated U.S. tourists in a matter of weeks, Canada Border Service Agency employees could be taking job action as soon as August 6. The Public Service Alliance of Canada and its Customs Immigration Union that represents close to 9,000 workers say they have received […]

Gaming workers reach new agreement with Casino Regina

Oct 8, 2019 | 9:32am

 The Public Service Alliance of Canada, which represents gaming workers at Casino Regina, has reached a collective agreement with SaskGaming. The deal, reached last week, addresses several issues within the workplace as well as financial certainty, according to PSAC’s Regional Executive Vice-President Marianne Hladun. The new agreement includes a 4.5% salary increase over five years, ending December […]