CAPE has been informed by the Treasury Board Secretariat that the COVID-19 temporary administrative measures for the Public Service Dental Care Plan (PSFCP) and the Pensioners’ Dental Services Plan (PDSP) will be ending on March 31, 2023.
In addition to our recent updates about the MOU regarding the automatic payment of excess leave and the interpretive aids for EC and TR members, we wanted to inform you that the Treasury Board Secretariat’s Chief Human Resources Officer has approved a new exception.
CAPE's review of the 2022 federal budget
CAPE recognizes the importance of caring for our environment and the necessity to support collective and individual actions to reduce environmental degradation and global warming. Furthermore, we recognize that climate and environmental risks produce risks to health and life itself.
Today and all year long, CAPE stands firm in reiterating its support and is taking a moment to celebrate their resilience and achievements.
The TR bargaining team has just completed a first three-day block with the management team.
We are pleased to inform you that negotiations have begun for the renewal of the EC collective agreement due to expire on June 21, 2022.
We know that when we come together, we’re stronger. The theme for this year’s International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is #VoicesForActionAgainstRacism, which highlights how together our voices can be louder, and our collective actions can make a big difference in the elimination of racism in all its forms.
As one of Canada's official languages, and the official language spoken by 22.8% of the population, French language is an essential part of Canada's identity. Yet, despite its important status and legal protections found in the Official Languages Act, numbers suggest that French is in decline.
Your bargaining team met with the employer's team on March 9. This first step was to exchange proposals between the parties. The first bargaining session will take place on March 29, 30 and 31.