CFIA is ordering its staff to work in facilities that are not safe, and without the proper personal protective gear.
The Prime Minister’s announcement today concerning safety in food processing plants completely misses the mark
Sixty-seven people associated with the operations of one of Canada’s largest beef slaughter facilities have tested positive for COVID-19
Federal and provincial authorities have been slow to safeguard inspection
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is wrong to assert that the Harmony meat plant was shut down because federal inspectors refuse to work there
No more gross payback for overpayments.
Regions photos winners from our contest "Our National Vision" The grand prize winner - Teresa Fehr Thank you everybody for your participation Annexe 12 - Photo Contest First Round Winners
Following eight months of negotiations with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), PSAC’s bargaining team has made the difficult decision to declare impasse for more than 4,100 members working at CFIA, and will file for conciliation.
We are in the second year of the government’s aggressive and heavy-handed plan to recover overpayments caused by Phoenix.
One Million Dollar Strike Fund
PSAC announces strike votes for 120,000 federal public service members
$10,000 donation to the Canadian Red Cross
Traci Gowan, President of local 80002 Halifax passed away suddenly on Saturday August 13, 2022.
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Agriculture Union blows the whistle on Employment Skills Development Canada officials who misled Parliamentarians concerning amendments to water down health and safety provisions of the Canada Labour Code.