Bill C-377 was ushered through Parliament by the last Conservative government. The PSAC's position all along has been that the Bill is unconstitutional and a violation of privacy rights.
For over a year, sick leave has been a battleground of contentious contract negotiations between the federal government and the Public Service Alliance of Canada.
David Suzuki, Naomi Klein, Joseph Boyden, George Elliott Clarke, and more issue Leap Manifesto calling on next government to transition Canada off fossil fuels.
The stakes for government workers are high this election, says PSAC. The Sun disagrees.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada had created an information series on the the Conservative governments cuts to public services.
PSAC has launched one of the highest-profile election campaigns against Harper because the 170,000 government workers they represent have a lot at stake. However, the Sun doesn't see it that way.
Labour leaders are responding to decades of attacks on professionals and other public sector workers by insisting their membership engage with the political process.
PSAC members working for Parks Canada gathered in Ottawa to discuss the protection of Canada's national parks and heritage institutions and prepare for upcoming collective bargaining.
The Conservative government wants to strip away sick leave rights and is thinking of contracting out the management of the sick leave system. The numbers don't add up.
Boom! C-4 Budget bill ends up in court thanks to Public Service Alliance of Canada who announced Thursday that they are mounting a legal challenge.