Recent cuts to federal environmental monitoring programs will have a long term negative impact on Canada’s environmental sustainability and its economic prosperity.
The federal government is promising to make reckless cuts to public services Canadians rely on. The Conservative austerity plan will have a devastating impact on families and communities.
A recent survey of workers in the federal public service continues to demonstrate that public service workers are highly committed to their work while struggling to do more with less.
Over the coming period, you'll see us taking a very visible role in solidarity with both PSAC and non-unionized workers in the capital region.
The PSAC recognizes the contributions of many black workers, as well as the significance of places and events that have shaped black history in Canada.
This is an important victory for democratic rights and the rule of law, and our arguments on trade and the rule of law played a key role in this decision.
Justice Campbell expressed no hesitation in granting a request by the Friends of the Canadian Wheat Board and the Canadian Wheat Board that "the Minister's conduct is an affront to the rule of law."
PSAC and the Council argue that dismantling the CWB will have not only have an adverse affect on farmers, but will undermine Canadian food security and safety as well.
Council of Canadians
The Public Service Alliance of Canada and the Council of Canadians have been granted intervener status in the Friends of the Canadian Wheat Board's legal challenge in defence of the Wheat Board.
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in favour of PSAC today in a pay equity case involving women at Canada Post that was originally filed 28 years ago.