CAPE in the News

*Please note that the news is provided in the original language only.


The Globe and Mail - June 15
Ottawa will ‘absolutely not’ reimburse civil servants who refused COVID-19 vaccination and were placed on unpaid leave

National Post - June 15 
Salaries of suspended unvaccinated bureaucrats will 'absolutely not' be reimbursed, federal minister says

Radio Canada. Le téléjournal d'0ttawa-Gatineau : 4:16 min. - June 14 (French only)

ICI Ottawa-Gatineau - June 14 (French only)

The Globe and Mail - June 7
Virtual work reportedly the cause of tinnitus and other health problems for parliamentary interpreters

CBC - June 6
Hearing loss among interpreters slowing work of parliamentary committees

ICI Ottawa Gatineau - June 2
La pénurie et les blessures auditives d’interprètes perturbent des travaux parlementaires (French only)

Ici Radio. Sur le vif. - June 2 (French only)

Radio Canada. Le téléjournal d'0ttawa-Gatineau : 14:42 min. - June 2 (French only)

National Post - May 19
Three biggest federal public sector unions challenge Liberal government's 'punitive' vaccine mandate for bureaucrats

The Hill Times - May 4
PPS asks for ‘substantial increase’ to address Parliament Hill security

Policy Options - March 22
Should it stay or go? Ottawa weighs the vaccine mandate for the public service 

The Hill Times - March 9
Conservatives, Bloc cite interpreter challenges to push for end to hybrid sittings 

Policy Options - March 8 
Ottawa and unions agree to simplify pay rules for public servants 

The Hill Times - March 1
Alarms still ringing: interpreters continue to face challenges in hybrid Parliament, putting limited workforce at risk 

Radio-Canada - February 2
Sécurité des interprètes du Parlement : le syndicat porte plainte (French only)



Radio-Canada - Sur le Vif - May 27
Les défis des interprètes au Parlement depuis 1 an (Please note that CAPE survey is mentioned in this program but the interview is conducted with a freelance interpreter and not one of our members.) (French only)

Le Devoir - May 26
Les interprètes du Parlement victimes des séances virtuelles (French only)

Radio-Canada - May 26
Des victimes de racisme bâillonnées dans la fonction publique fédérale (French only)

Radio-Canada - January 25 
La majorité des interprètes du Parlement blessés depuis le début de la pandémie (French only)



The Hill Times - July 27 
Feds recognize ‘there’s more work to be done on diversifying the public service,’ says Liberal MP Alghabra

CBC - May 16
Virtual Parliament struggling with technology, security, interpretation, report says

L'Actualité - May 8
Les séances virtuelles du Parlement sont devenues un fléau pour les interprètes (French only)

National Post - May 8
Virtual parliamentary proceedings cause spike in injuries for interpreters

The Hill Times - May 6
Interpreter injuries spike due to virtual Parliament, prompt calls for quality controls

Canadian HR Reporter - February 6
Feds introduce Phoenix pay system claims process

The Post Millennial - January 25
Report reveals nepotism in Trudeau government hiring practices

The Hill Times - January 6 
Public servants still waiting to engage with public service renewal parl sec



The Hill Times - December 16
‘He has a lot of work to do’: elusive collective agreement, Phoenix damages loom large for new Treasury Board president

Law Times - December 6
Federal Crowns to get payout from Phoenix pay system

Global Governement Forum - September 24
Canadian unions agree Phoenix compensation deal

The Hill Times - May 8
Public servants concerned by ‘insulting’ Phoenix damages deal, worried claims process could be emotionally taxing

Radio-Canada - May 4
Phénix : une entente pour dédommager près de la moitié des fonctionnaires fédéraux (French only)

The Hill Times - May 3
Tentative Phoenix deal reached, but PSAC rejects feds’ offer

The Hill Times - April 24
Feds shift to non-traditional workspaces, but not everyone’s happy about it

The Hill Times - April 24
Public service grew again in 2018, rebounding from Harper-era cuts

Newswire - January 14
More tentative agreements as the Government of Canada continues to bargain in good faith



The Hill Times - September 12
Pay-related grievances at labour relations board triple post-Phoenix

The Hill Times - September 10
‘Kind of an asinine comment’: opponents react to Poilievre’s claims of ‘zero’ Phoenix pay problems under Conservatives

The Hill Times - August 27
Public Services to pitch next step for Phoenix pay fix in September

The Hill Times - August 2
Federal union faces $2.1M lawsuit filed by former president

The Hill Times - July 4
PS unions target Phoenix as next round of bargaining heats up