CAPE is delighted with the new Liberal government’s announcement that it will not apply the provisions of Bill C-377, a private member’s bill enacted by the former Conservative government in 2015.
Treasury Board has announced the new pension contribution rates for members of the public service of Canada. These rates will come into effect on January 1, 2016.
While CAPE and the Treasury Board are working to set mutually agreeable dates for the resumption of collective bargaining, the union’s bargaining teams are busy making preparations.
In this third edition of the CAPE podcast, Emmanuelle Tremblay explains how our union has been reaching out to the new government. Finally, does CAPE have a New Year's resolution…
It's been a very eventful year!
On October 24, just days after the 2015 federal election, CAPE leaders and activists gathered in Cantley, Quebec to develop strategies to reposition our union in light of the new political reality.
A lot has changed since the last time we shared a podcast!
The long-form census is back and we’re elated.
The constitutional challenge to Bill C-59, which was supposed to be heard in court on October 29, has been postponed until March.
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) was relieved to see the results of the federal election close the curtain on the reign of Stephen Harper’s Conservatives and place the management of our country in the hands of a new Liberal majority government.