Today, we join the union community and thousands of people who have already signed a petition tabled by Lenore Zann, Member of Parliament for Cumberland-Colchester to delay their transfer to Phoenix “until the problems with it have been fixed or until there is a reliable and stable replacement.”
Our bi-annual steward training sessions attracted an increased number of participants in 2019 reflecting a growing interest among members to play an active role in the Association.
Many of you have been waiting for a long time to see the day when you could get compensated for financial damages caused by the Phoenix failures. Under the Phoenix Damages Agreement CAPE signed on June 12, 2019, a process to claim for financial damages was to be fully set up, and that day has finally arrived.
As we mark Black History Month, we take a moment to recognise and honour Black culture and Black Canadians and their impact on Canada’s growth, prosperity and accomplishments.
Today marks the third anniversary of the deadly attack on the Quebec City mosque. CAPE denounces these hate crimes and believes that everyone should be able to practice their religion in a safe environment.
This year, members of the Canadian Association of Professional Employees will be called upon to make important decisions regarding their union.
The Public Prosecution Service of Canada along with fellow bargaining agents, are looking to jointly nominate a co-champion to co-lead PPSC’s Mental Health and Wellness Steering Committee.
Last Thursday, January 16th, a delegation from the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) led by its President, Greg Phillips, met with the Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, the President of the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) and his team.
Today ends this month’s national and global campaigns promoting solutions to fight gender-based violence, as well as domestic violence experienced by women.
The Polytechnique tragedy is commemorated annually as Canada’s National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, which also falls within the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, an international campaign that runs annually from November 25 to December 10.