Leaders of 18 unions representing hundreds of thousands of Canada's public sector employees are calling on the federal government to reverse plans to cut valuable public services and jobs which Canadians depend on from coast to coast to coast.
June 23 is the is the United Nations World Public Services Day This year, unions from around the globe are uniting to launch the Quality Public Services – Action Now! Campaign which advances quality public services for all people through international solidarity.
More than four hundred members and staff of the Public Service Alliance of Canada marched through Portage and Main Friday, June 10 to rally for members of CUPW, who have been participating in rotating strikes across the country since June 3. These members share the same employer as over 160 PSAC members in the Prairie Region.PSAC National President John Gordon spoke out against the proposed employer concessions and the attacks on this valuable public service. Also speaking at the rally was CUPE National President Paul Moist and CUPW National Vice-President Gayle Bossenberry.
More than four hundred members and staff of the Public Service Alliance of Canada will march through Portage and Main Friday, June 10 to protest Canada Post’s disgraceful approach to bargaining with their employees who are members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers.
Monday, September 6, 2010 is a day to celebrate the power of our collective labour and solidarity. Together, we recognize and honour the contributions of all workers who struggle to make a fair wage and create a meaningful society.