PSAC has launched an online campaign for people to send Harper an "affected" letter telling him that his services will no longer be required after the 2015 election.The Prairie Region is home to the Prime Minister and 10 Ministers, including:
The two largest federal public service unions are charging Treasury Board and a number of departments with failing to set up the system that will assist employees whose jobs are disappearing to stay in the public service.
Dear Sisters & Brothers,National Public Service Week, June 10-16, marks the importance of federal public service employees and recognizes their accomplishments and the positive role they play in Canadian society.
May long weekend wass the start of solidarity activities for national groups that are currently in negotiations, including members from; Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), Boarder Services (FB), Parks, and Technical Services (TC).
A series of public consultations organized by the New Democratic Party will give Canadians a voice on the changes that will come with the adoption of the government’s omnibus budget implementation bill, C-38. There is currently only one meeting scheduled within the Prairie Region:
PSAC Prairies members were out full force on May 1, 2012, along with over 800 delegates and observers to the PSAC 16th National Trienniel Convention, to take to the streets to stop the cuts for the May Day Solidarity Against Austerity rally in Ottawa.
On March 22, PSAC members attended a rally in support and solidarity with members from the International International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers Union (IAM). Standing together for quality public services, PSAC and IAM members said "No!" to the government cuts and slashing of public services.