An article about the closure of the service centre in Vegreville published in labour publication Rank and File. The article was written by Crystal Warner, Deputy Trustee for the Canada Employment and Immigration Union (CEIU), BC/Yukon.
We, the undersigned, residents of Vegreville, call upon the House of Commons to identify other solutions to fix whatever problems are occurring at the CPC Vegreville, as it is one of the main employer in our town. If you wish to sign this petition, please provide the required information in the fields below. Your personal information will not be made public.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada employees at the Case Processing Centre were shocked to learn on Thurs. October 27th that the Federal government plans to close their processing Centre in Vegreville and relocate it to Edmonton by the end of 2018.
After many weeks of no response, on Friday September 20th UCTE RVP Teresa Eschuk and PSAC REVP Marianne Hladun had a teleconference with Minister Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development.
Minister Bains was in Churchill, Manitoba to announce a $4.6 million investment in both short and long-term economic development for the community.
The PSAC held a webinar for members in the Prairie Region on Friday, August 5, to discuss the Phoenix pay system. Marianne Hladun, PSAC Prairies Regional Executive Vice-President, provided an overview of the history of Phoenix, what PSAC has done, and what members can do.
The Saskatchewan Federation of Labour (SFL) Young Workers’ Conference is an opportunity for young trade unionists from across the province to come together to learn about issues affecting workers, develop new skills, and strategize about how to make our unions and labour movement even stronger.