Update Your Password
On Tuesday, December 14 we sent members an email to update their passwords in our new membership system.
CAPE complaint against the Treasury Board for its violation of the terms and conditions during the statutory freeze period
Monday, CAPE filed a complaint against Treasury Board for its return-to-office mandate during the statutory freeze period while negotiating the renewal of the EC collective agreement.
Increase in physiotherapy coverage for 2023
After communicating the news of the updated Public Service Health Care Plan last fall, CAPE would like to bring you up to date regarding a temporary increase in physiotherapy coverage for 2023.
Library of Parliament bargaining update
The Library of Parliament bargaining team met the Employer in October for a two-day session and in December for a half-day session.
Introducing CAPE Digital Membership Cards
CAPE is excited to share that we now have digital membership cards available to all registered members. No more worries about losing your card or taking up more space in your wallet.
Highlights of the 2022 Annual General Meeting and the 2023 CAPE calendar
Thank you to all the members who were able to participate in the 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM), which was held on Wednesday, November 9. Members had the chance to participate in person or virtually by Zoom.
Join us for a discussion on anti-Black racism in the workplace!
Discussion on anti-Black racism in the workplace
CAPE meets Translation Bureau’s new CEO
Issues of importance to TR members were the focus of an introductory meeting between the Canadian Association of Professional Employees and the new chief executive officer of the Translation Bureau last month.
CAPE advocates for its members at CLC Lobby Day
For the first time since becoming a Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) affiliate in 2021, the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) sent a delegation to the CLC Lobby Day.
TR Negotiations: A New Tone in 2023?
As mentioned in our previous message, we met with the Employer and the mediator on February 7 and 8, and for an additional half day on the 9th.