The Public Service Alliance of Canada will rally on Thursday against the federal government's proposed changes to collective bargaining, health and safety, and human rights.
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Bill C-4 is life-threatening. If it is voted into law, the Minister will have unprecedented powers to shut health and safety concerns down.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada called on the Conservative government to withdraw changes to federal labour legislation from the Budget Implementation Act.
If the Conservatives really want Canadians to have good, secure jobs, we need more social investments not more public service cuts.
Our union, along with concerned Canadians in communities across the country, has been working hard to save services and protect jobs.
This is sure to be a summer of discontent after a long year of attacks on the rights of Indigenous peoples.
The federal government made major changes to Canada's refugee policy in 2012.
The bill is masked as an attempt to provide workers with a choice in whether or not to join a union, but in reality, it is a further attempt to dismantle the rights of workers to join a union.