Bargaining Mobilization

Nationally, PSAC is currently in negotiations with CRA, SSO, Nav Canada and the Treasury Board: EB, PA, SV and TC groups. Negotiations will soon get underway for members working at CFIA, Parks Canada, and CBSA in the FB Group. Regionally, we are in bargaining with Purolator, the North Peace Airport, Kamloops Airport, and fuelers working at YVR.

All of our bargaining teams - from our regional units all the way up to our national units - are working hard at the table to improve collective agreements, win fair wages for members, and make all our workplaces better. They can’t do it alone, the teams need the support and the solidarity of the PSAC members they represent.

CRA - To get involved in CRA mobilization activities, contact your Local President or Steward.

Parks Canada - To get involved in Parks mobilization activities, contact your nearest PSAC Regional Office.

CFIA - To get involved in CFIA mobilization activities, contact your Local President.

SSO - To get involved in SSO mobilization activities, contact Monica Urrutia in the Vancouver Regional Office.

Treasury Board - Contact your PSAC Regional Office and we'll put you in touch with a member of the Treasury Board Mobilization Committee in your area.

NAV Canada - To get involved in NAV Can mobilization activities, contact Robert Strang in the Vancouver Regional Office.

Regional Units - Contact your nearest PSAC Regional Office or a member of your Local Executive.

Collectively we have a lot of strength. Join with members across the country and support our teams!

Visibility in the workplace – letting the employer know that we stand behind the team – is key to showing that strength. Wearing a bracelet, a button, or a sticker, or taking any form of workplace action shows the employer and your supervisor that you’re aware of the issues, that you’re concerned about the issues, and that you are demonstrating solidarity.

This page contains news and information about all our bargaining mobilization activities in BC.

September 25, 2018 - 2:56pm •
Federal public service workers are showing up every day to deliver crucial services we all depend on—even though they stopped getting paid properly. Over 200,000 workers and their families are still suffering financial and emotional fallout from the Phoenix pay system disaster.
November 3, 2016 - 3:36pm •
October 17, 2016 - 3:08pm •
Greetings Sisters and Brothers, The federal government has promised that by October 31, 2016, all of the remaining cases of the Phoenix pay system will be resolved. You can see PSAC’s National Executive Vice-President, Chris Aylward discuss PSAC’s reaction to this promise on CTV.
August 9, 2016 - 10:21am •
On August 8 the PSAC/UTE bargaining team resumed negotiations with the employer while members showed their support in worksites across the country. Together we let CRA management know that we expect a fair contract, and we are ready to stand together and take further action if we don’t see significant improvements at the bargaining table.Because it’s 2016, and four years is far too long to wait for a fair contract!
August 4, 2016 - 1:41pm •
July 8, 2016 - 10:16am •
The 1st phase of strike training will include Local Executive members and key activists from each Local who will play leadership roles going forward.  The dates, locations and times are as follows:
June 15, 2016 - 2:06pm •
PSAC members who work within Treasury Board, Parks Canada, the Canada Revenue Agency and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, joined by colleagues in CAPE and PIPSC, took part in actions in cities across British Columbia on June 8th 2016.
June 9, 2016 - 6:02pm •
Sisters and Brothers, I want to thank each and every one of you for your participation yesterday during our National Day of Action, which was a tremendous success!
June 8, 2016 - 8:56am •
VANCOUVER, June 8, 2016 /CNW/ - Public Service Alliance of Canada members who work within Treasury Board, Parks Canada, the Canada Revenue Agency and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency are taking part in actions in Vancouver, Victoria and cities across British Columbia today. Their aim is to send a clear message to the government that they expect a quick and fair approach to contract negotiations when the union and Treasury Board negotiators return to the bargaining table this month. 

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