On Tuesday, December 14 we sent members an email to update their passwords in our new membership system.
CAPE members who are submitting damages claims over $1500 should know that they have 40 calendar days to dispute the decision made by Treasury Board with regards to their specific claim.
On December 20, CAPE sent its notice to bargain to the Employer (Treasury Board).
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) has recently established a collaboration with the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI). CAPE is taking another step towards improving its performance in achieving diversity, equity, and inclusion goals at the operational level and across member services.
On December 17, 2021, CAPE joined 12 other unions as a signatory on a letter to the Honourable Mona Fortier, President of the Treasury Board, asking for “strong leadership and consistent, centralized guidance to government departments and deputy heads around the following: telework and essential and critical employees without access to a third booster shot.”
CAPE signs MOU with TBS regarding the automatic payment of excess leave for EC and TR members related to Phoenix delays
Earlier this year, we were informed by OCHRO that they would not be renewing the moratorium on the automatic cash-out of excess vacation and compensatory leave beyond 2021. We were informed that the automatic cash-out of excess leave would be back in effect on March 31, 2022.
Despite an enduring global pandemic with restrictions and lockdown measures in place since March 2020, our member community is still going strong. A total of 29 local AGMs were held this year.
Yesterday’s public apology to military sexual misconduct victims by the Government of Canada was a step in the right direction to correct the wrongs in the Canadian military which a government report found was “hostile to women and LGBTQ members and conducive to more serious incidents of sexual harassment”.
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) announced today that CAPE’s Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer (OPBO) group voted in favor of a new collective agreement.
On Thursday, December 2nd, the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) met with the new President of the Treasury Board, the Honourable Mona Fortier (Ottawa-Vanier). The meeting took place virtually and comes only five weeks after her cabinet appointment.