In the lead-up to the federal election to be held on Monday, September 20, CAPE reached out to all five political parties represented in Parliament with questions related to federal public service employees, and most relevant to our members specifically.
Pride Week is a time of celebration, action, and reflection. Every year, the Pride movement invites all of us to consider our role in supporting the advancement of diversity and inclusion for LGBTQ2+ communities by taking concrete, positive action and showing our support.
On August 13, 2021, the Federal Government announced a policy of mandatory vaccination for federal public service employees. As the country enters a fourth wave of the pandemic and…
Lack of Consultation The Federal Government just announced a unilateral decision to require mandatory vaccinations for all federal public service employees. CAPE is disappointed by…
It is already time to prepare for the next round of collective bargaining for the renewal of the collective agreement of CAPE members of the LoP group which is set to expire on June 16, 2022.
August 4th was an exciting day for CAPE as it marked the beginning of a new negotiation cycle for its OPBO group.
The very first lunch-and-learn series was held on July 5 and 16.
This spring, CAPE issued a call for volunteers for the TR Collective Bargaining Committee. We have received many applications and the National Executive Committee has approved nine members.
CAPE National President, Greg Phillips, met with Brenda Lucki, RCMP Commissioner and Gail Johnson, RCMP Chief Human Resources Officer to raise concerns voiced by our members.
Show your colours during Pride Month and every day! Pride is about expressing your true self, and about self-love and social acceptance.