COVID-19: PSAC strike votes and union events suspended

In keeping with recommendations from both local and national health authorities, the union has made the difficult decision to suspend activities that would require a large gathering of members.

This includes the upcoming strike votes of over 120,000 PSAC members of the Canada Revenue Agency, Treasury Board, and Parks Canada bargaining units. The stike votes will be suspended until March 30, and at that time the union will re-evaluate whether to continue the suspension or resume the strike votes. PSAC must put the wellbeing of our members and all Canadians first at this critical time.

Despite the suspension of votes, PSAC will continue to bargain for all units currently in negotiations.

In regards to PSAC events, some large gatherings will also be postponed for the time being. This includes the upcoming 2020 PSAC National Women’s Conference that was set to take place in Ottawa from April 3 to 5.

Should additional events be postponed, the union will be in touch directly with any participants that have registered for events and will update members on scheduling changes.

To ensure the safety of our members, we also ask that smaller gatherings like local meetings, committee meetings, and regional activities be conducted remotely via teleconference or video conference wherever possible, or postponed.

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Thank you all for your patience and understanding during this time.