On Tuesday, December 14 we sent members an email to update their passwords in our new membership system.
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) publishes today the results of an extensive survey conducted with its members about the federal government’s return-to-office plans.
In accordance with CAPE Translation Bureau Local’s By-Laws, which provide for general elections of representatives in the fall of every even-numbered year, the Local Executive Committee hereby invites you to submit your candidacy for one of the following positions.
We need to improve and update labour laws and policies designed to advance equality for working women to keep up with an evolving work environment.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada and Sovereign, died today at the venerable age of 96. Her 70-year reign has established her as one of the most enduring and influential leaders of modern times.
Celebrating workers and unions is about celebrating the collective gains and accomplishments we have earned over the last many decades.
Our RETURN-TO-OFFICE survey is out!
I would like to thank all those who were able to join us in the Capital Pride Parade on August 28. After a two-year absence due to the pandemic, we finally returned! Joining up with many other unions, our members, staff and leadership from CAPE marched alongside groups representing the Ottawa and District Labour Council (ODLC) and the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC), of which we are an affiliate.
On behalf of everyone at the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE), we wish you a Happy Public Service Pride Week, and for those in the National Capital Region, Happy Capital Pride.
After years of negotiations, a new tentative agreement has been reached with the Employer to update the Public Service Health Care Plan (PSHCP). The tentative agreement is being presented to Treasury Board for ratification shortly.