PSAC reaches tentative deal for 120,000 striking federal workers

More than 120,000 striking federal employees are heading back to work after almost two weeks on the picket line.

The Public Service Alliance of Canada has reached a tentative deal with the treasury board for a 12.6 per cent wage increase, as well as a pensionable one-time lump sum payment of 3.7 per cent. PSAC says the deal also includes new language on remote work, protections against contracting out, and more.

Canada Revenue Agency workers are still on strike as negotiations for their bargaining unit continue.

Multiple rallies held to mark Day 10 of PSAC strike

More than a thousand workers held rallies in multiple locations today to mark day 10 of the federal public service strike. 

They started at a cabinet minister’s office, then moved to a federal funding announcement to have their voices heard by a local mp. NTV’s Bailey Howard reports.

Striking federal workers ramping up action as negotiations continue

It’s now day six on the picket line in the federal public sector strike.

PSAC says it’s ramping up action as negotiations continue. NTV’s Bailey Howard tells us more.

Some service disruptions as federal public sector stretches through Day 2

It’s day two of the federal public sector strike with picket lines continuing across the capital city.

Many services are seeing disruptions while others have been deemed essential. NTV’s Bailey Howard has the story.

Almost 6,000 N.L. workers join federal public sector strike

More than 150,000 federal public sector workers went on strike across the country today.

NTV’s Bailey Howard tells us more has more on the impact in this province. 

Union activists showing support for local striking federal workers

Union activists in this province were showing their support for striking federal workers today. As NTV’s David Salter reports, one was even doing it from the picket line in New Brunswick.

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