CAPE is joining the “Make Revera Public” campaign launched by the Canadian Health Coalition, calling on the government to make Revera Inc. public.
This context imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic had an impact on how we at CAPE conduct our national tour of local annual general meetings. While we missed the chance to meet our members in person, we managed to tour to meet with CAPE members virtually.
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) will be joining the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) member community in 2021. On December 11, CLC’s Executive Committee officially approved CAPE’s request to join, making CAPE its 55th member.
We are very proud to unveil this year’s 2021 CAPE calendar.
Pension contribution rates effective January 1, 2021, for the public service, Forces and RCMP pension plans
The Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat has posted the revised pension contribution rates that will come into effect January 1, 2021 and should be reflected on the first pay in January.
CAPE stands in solidarity with Black public service employees who have filed a class action lawsuit for racial discrimination
CAPE stands in solidarity with the former and current federal Black employees who, on Thursday, December 3, 2020, issued a proposed class action lawsuit against the federal government for alleged racial discrimination.
On December 6, 1989, 14 young women were killed at the Polytechnique of Montréal because they were women. The horror of this tragedy brought us to pay greater attention to gender-based violence.
In 2020, CAPE expanded its educational program by introducing the Speakers’ Series. The series of knowledge events kicked off recently with CAPE’s very first panel discussion about anti-Black racism in the workplace.
On December 3 every year since 1992, we mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This day aims to raise awareness of the reality and struggles of people with disabilities in all aspects of life, whether social, economic, political or cultural.
On November 30, Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Finance, presented the Government's long-awaited Fall Economic Statement, which outlines its “fiscal policies for dealing with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, as well as plans for restructuring and rebuilding the economy.”