Flight times will continue as scheduled as the members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada at the Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport accept the Saskatoon Airport Authority’s latest offer.
Call out to PSAC equity activists (Aboriginal, Racialized Worker, Member with disability, GLBT), Regional Women's Committee member, and Youth activists (30 or younger) to participate in the Parks Bargaining Conference.
Tentative agreements have been reached for the following units, bulletins are posted below:Program and Administrative Services (PA)Operational Services (SV)Education and Library Services (EB)For the remaining two groups, please see the information bulletins below from your bargaining teams:
Treasury Board and PSAC have agreed to engage in exploratory discussions with the objective of reaching early collective agreements. The bargaining teams from the last round are being reconvened to start talks on September 21st or 22nd.
Call out to PSAC equity activists (Aboriginal, Racialized Worker, Member with disability, GLBT), Regional Women's Committee member, and Youth activists (30 or younger) to participate in Treasury Board Bargaining Conferences.
Let the games begin! After more than seven weeks on the picket line, members of PSAC and management at Casino Regina have struck a deal that will see Casino workers, including table dealers, cashiers, security and others, return to their jobs July 27.
PSAC members from the Saskatoon area will picket in front of the Minister’s Constituency Office – as he is also MLA for Saskatoon Silver Springs – sending a strong message that they won’t be ignored. The peaceful protest will commence at 11:00 a.m on Monday, July 19.