The National Joint Council (NJC) has amended the previously announced changes to the Shelter Cost Differential (SCD) program, ensuring that federal employees in the North who own their homes will continue to receive the housing cost allowance.
Yesterday the National Executive Committee (NEC) designated Jonathan Brulotte as the new Vice-President EC/ LoP/OPBO. Mr. Brulotte will be filling this role until December 31, 2023, coinciding with the end of the current NEC’s three-year mandate.
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) announced today that a tentative agreement has been reached with the Library of Parliament for the Analyst group.
On Monday, November 6, Camille Awada stepped down as CAPE President by submitting his resignation to the National Executive Committee (NEC).
CAPE’s National Executive Committee strongly condemns antisemitic statements made by its former president on his personal social media in years past. The National Executive Committee unequivocally apologizes to any members, staff or the public who are adversely impacted by the statements. CAPE respects the human rights of all its members as set out in the Canadian Human Rights Act, its collective agreements and elsewhere and actively supports and represents its members by advancing these rights on their behalf.
As CAPE continues to work diligently representing its RCMP civilian members, we would like to update you on the latest collective bargaining developments.
A complaint was filed with the Elections and Resolutions Committee (ERC) on November 5, 2023, which could potentially impact the election process. As the ERC requires time to examine the issues raised in the complaint, the Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be rescheduled to November 29th to allow for appropriate time for the ERC to examine the complaint in detail. Pursuant to By-law 3.10, given that the election period is subject to the date of the AGM, the election period will run from November 30th to December 13th, 2023. Details and registration for the new AGM date will be shared later.
CAPE has put together this short Frequently Asked Questions document for you about retroactive pay.
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) is releasing today the results of a survey that took place earlier this year, between March 13 and April 28, amongst its RCMP members.
We recognize that, from time to time, geopolitical and social tensions in Canada and around the world may trickle down into the workplace, exposing some communities and specific groups to greater risk of harassment, racism and discrimination.