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CAPE congratulates the Public Service Alliance of Canada

CAPE wishes to congratulate the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) on having reached a tentative deal for its Treasury Board group members. PSAC’s Canada Revenue Agency members are still on strike and awaiting a tentative agreement.

Mental Health Week — May 1 – 7

Mental Health Week is a great opportunity to remember that mental health is an essential aspect of an individual's wellbeing and is just as important as our physical health. We are all at risk of being affected by a mental illness at one time or another, which is why we must not only address the issue appropriately, but also eliminate any judgment or stigma around it.

TR Bargaining – A never-ending round

The TR bargaining team met again with the Employer and the mediator on March 21, 22 and 23. The tone was civil, and the Employer submitted updated versions of its offers on the two remaining contentious issues: remote simultaneous interpretation and wages.

CAPE’s Review of the 2023 Federal Budget

On Tuesday, March 28, the Liberal government unveiled its 2023 federal budget which proposes several policy proposals aimed at improving the lives of Canadians.

Solidarity with PSAC

PSAC members are on strike. CAPE stands in solidarity with those workers as they join picket lines across the country to fight for a fair, equitable and respectful collective bargaining agreement.

PSAC strike begins today

As of today, Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) members are on strike. The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) stands in solidarity with those workers as they join picket lines across the country to fight for a fair, equitable and respectful collective bargaining agreement.

CAPE Solidarity Statement with PSAC

The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) expresses its full solidarity with Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) members who have overwhelmingly voted to strike.