Federal government layoffs
Our union, along with concerned Canadians in communities across the country, has been working hard to save services and protect jobs.
Not only are public services under fire in the name of austerity and deficit reduction, we are now facing potential restrictions on our union's right to collect dues from our members and how the union and our members decide to use those dues.
In response, PSAC is putting in motion a new, unprecedented plan to push back these attacks and build our union member by member.
PSAC Local leaders are meeting to discuss the plan and to receive special training on how to organize members to respond to the latest Conservative threats.
- May 8, 2013 We're union — and we're not going anywhere
- April 12, 2013 PSAC members are getting together to defend jobs, services and our union rights
- April 10, 2013 The fog finally clears
- March 14, 2013 Putting Canadians lives at risk: government cuts to food inspection
- Jan. 25, 2013 More cuts to services for Canada’s veterans
- Oct. 30, 2012 PSAC wants Bill C-45 opened up to public debate
- Sept. 13, 2012 Hundreds more PSAC members told they could lose their jobs HRSDC hardest hit
Here's what Canadians are saying about how they are affected
Tell us how you, your workplace or your community has been affected
A map of where service cuts are hitting home
Numbers of potential job losses in each government department
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- VIDEO: We are all affected PSAC National President Robyn Benson speaks about the We are all affected campaign.
- Job Cuts Hurt Women
- Conservative cuts could undo years of gains by equity groups
- Let the public see the advice you're getting on public service cuts: PSAC to Clement
Date Modified : 2013/05/08