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Public sector unions call for ‘one united voice’ against Conservative government


Union leaders at Broadbent Institute Progress Summit say labour movement under attack following more changes to collective bargaining in latest omnibus budget bill


Public Service Alliance of Canada
Public Service Alliance of Canada employees rally in Ottawa in 2012. PSAC and other unions are calling for a united voice to oppose the Conservative government.

Union leaders representing federal public servants are calling for a united front against the Conservative government’s ongoing efforts to weaken collective bargaining rights and reform compensation following the latest federal omnibus budget bill.

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Public sector unions call for ‘one united voice’ against Conservative government


Union leaders at Broadbent Institute Progress Summit say labour movement under attack following more changes to collective bargaining in latest omnibus budget bill


Public Service Alliance of Canada
Public Service Alliance of Canada employees rally in Ottawa in 2012. PSAC and other unions are calling for a united voice to oppose the Conservative government.

Union leaders representing federal public servants are calling for a united front against the Conservative government’s ongoing efforts to weaken collective bargaining rights and reform compensation following the latest federal omnibus budget bill.

  

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