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  • L’AFPC condamne la fermeture d’un bureau de Service Canada à Gatineau | Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada | Région de la capitale nationale
    parcourir de plus longues distances pour avoir accès aux services suivants Assurance emploi Soutien aux vétérans Aide à la recherche d emploi Emplois d été pour les étudiants Rappelons qu en mars 2013 Service Canada avait déjà fermé ses bureaux à Buckingham et transféré ses activités au bureau qui ferme aujourd hui C est une autre conséquence des coupes faites par les conservateurs année après année déclare Larry Rousseau vice président exécutif régional de l AFPC RCN Ils répètent sans arrêt que les services de première ligne ne seront pas touchés Eh bien c est faux Il suffit de penser aux ravages causés par la fermeture des bureaux d Anciens Combattants et de Service Canada ailleurs au pays Steve McCuaig président du Syndicat de l Emploi et de l Immigration du Canada SEIC un Élément de l AFPC ajoute Nous sommes profondément déçus que ce bureau ferme à cause des compressions C est une perte énorme Mais nos membres continueront à offrir des services de qualité aux citoyens malgré les difficultés engendrées par le programme d austérité du gouvernement Les équipes de négociation représentant les fonctionnaires fédéraux négocient actuellement avec le Conseil du Trésor Un des enjeux prioritaires que défend

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/fr/node/2907 (2015-04-05)
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  • L’AFPC condamne la fermeture d’un bureau de Service Canada à Gatineau | Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada | Région de la capitale nationale
    de plus longues distances pour avoir accès aux services suivants Assurance emploi Soutien aux vétérans Aide à la recherche d emploi Emplois d été pour les étudiants Rappelons qu en mars 2013 Service Canada avait déjà fermé ses bureaux à Buckingham et transféré ses activités au bureau qui ferme aujourd hui C est une autre conséquence des coupes faites par les conservateurs année après année déclare Larry Rousseau vice président exécutif régional de l AFPC RCN Ils répètent sans arrêt que les services de première ligne ne seront pas touchés Eh bien c est faux Il suffit de penser aux ravages causés par la fermeture des bureaux d Anciens Combattants et de Service Canada ailleurs au pays Steve McCuaig président du Syndicat de l Emploi et de l Immigration du Canada SEIC un Élément de l AFPC ajoute Nous sommes profondément déçus que ce bureau ferme à cause des compressions C est une perte énorme Mais nos membres continueront à offrir des services de qualité aux citoyens malgré les difficultés engendrées par le programme d austérité du gouvernement Les équipes de négociation représentant les fonctionnaires fédéraux négocient actuellement avec le Conseil du Trésor Un des enjeux prioritaires que défend l

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/fr/node/2905 (2015-04-05)
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  • Veterans Affairs office closures | Public Service Alliance of Canada | National Capital Region
    Brandon Saskatoon Prince George and Kelowna This means our veterans will have a harder time getting the support and services they need and deserve Click here for the lastest updates on the campaign to keep Veterans Affairs offices open Filed in Veterans Affairs Published December 6 2013 Tweet Public Service Cuts Sub Topics Aviation safety Employment Insurance Environment Food inspection Old Age Security Veterans Affairs Receive our E Newsletter Receive

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/topics/public-service-cuts/veterans-affairs (2015-04-05)
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  • Weakening of Old Age Security | Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada | Région de la capitale nationale
    to cut pensions and announced that the Old Age Security OAS program would be weakened Under the changes eligibility for OAS is being pushed up two years from 65 to 67 years These unnecessary changes will have a significant impact on poverty rates amongst Canadian seniors Tweet Abonnez vous à notre liste de diffusion Recevez notre journal interactif et demeurez en contact avec nos nouvelles nos événements et nos communiqués

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/fr/node/2099 (2015-04-05)
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  • Employment insurance | Public Service Alliance of Canada | National Capital Region
    Contact Home Employment Insurance Text size A A A Employment insurance Tweet Public Service Cuts Sub Topics Aviation safety Employment Insurance Environment Food inspection Old Age Security Veterans Affairs Receive our E Newsletter Receive our e newsletter and stay in touch with all our news events and press releases Non work Email Address Postal Code Public Service Alliance of Canada Ottawa 11 Holland Suite 701 K1Y 4S1 Tel 613 560

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/topics/public-service-cuts/employment-insurance (2015-04-05)
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  • Cutbacks in food inspection | Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada | Région de la capitale nationale
    certain 300 PSAC members working for the CFIA have lost their jobs since the end of March 2012 including 100 food safety inspectors A critical situation As a result of the cutbacks imposed to date the number of food safety inspectors is lower than it was in 2008 when the Maple Leaf listeriosis crisis broke out And yet according to an investigative report the shortage of food safety inspectors played an important role in the occurrence of this crisis which claimed the lives of 22 people Inspection deficit To reduce costs the CFIA has given more responsibility to the food industry to police its own safety practices It asks companies to develop and implement their own risk control systems all the while reducing on site inspections The result inspectors spend more time reviewing reports produced by the companies themselves then monitoring the way things are actually running in food plants For many experts the incidents at Maple Leaf in 2008 and at XL Foods in 2012 demonstrate the shortcomings of such an approach And a lot more Several other CFIA programs and procedures have been eliminated or diminished as a way of reducing spending including the pre market approval of

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/fr/node/2108 (2015-04-05)
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  • Cutbacks in aviation safety | Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada | Région de la capitale nationale
    it did not identify how many inspectors and engineers it will need to conduct inspections under the new surveillance approach envisioned by the plan 5 73 Lax risk assessment Transport Canada is missing key risk information and has no formal process in place to collect that data In addition Transport Canada has little or no information on some important risk indicators 5 36 The situation in 2012 2013 Even fewer inspections Transport Canada now wants the frequency of surveillance to reflect available resources Thus due to a lack of resources the aim of an annual inspection for each aviation company has been abandoned in 2012 The interval between inspections now varies depending on the company and can be as long as five years Acknowledged shortage of inspectors Transport Canada acknowledges that they are short around 100 civil aviation inspectors This shortage which has existed for many years is due to difficulties in recruiting and retaining personnel In fact many inspectors prefer working for the private sector where salaries are higher Persistently poor workforce panning Despite requests from the Office of the Auditor General in 2008 and 2012 Transport Canada has not yet assessed the number of inspectors and engineers required to ensure adequate oversight of civil aviation In a report published in March 2013 the Standing Committee on Public Accounts consequently directed the Department to do so by June of 2013 recommendation 3 Questionable risk management Transport Canada says that inspections are now planned at intervals of between one and five years after a detailed risk analysis However as recently as November of 2012 the Department was unable to specify the number of aviation companies judged to be high risk And now more cuts To correct these deficiencies in the oversight of civil aviation additional investment is necessary Nevertheless the

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/fr/node/2109 (2015-04-05)
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  • Environment protection: deregulation and cuts | Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada | Région de la capitale nationale
    and protection of navigable waters see examples below In addition its approaches to numerous environmental issues have major weaknesses as has been repeatedly reported by the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development The Commissioner has criticized the government for among other things its management of the environmental risks associated with gas oil and nuclear projects as well as its greenhouse gas reduction practices In fact the Commissioner has stated that he is concerned that the resource boom is outpacing environmental safeguards Who benefits All of these cuts to environmental protection have a common objective explicitly laid out in the Harper government s Economic Action Plan to make Canada the most attractive country in the world for resource investment and development Need we say more The Conservative approach to the environment a few examples Environmental assessments crippled The Canadian Environmental Assessment Act CEAA revised in 2012 has been significantly weakened For example only certain types of national projects described as designated are subject to an assessment and fewer environmental effects are considered than under the former Act As a result of these two changes close to 3000 assessments were cancelled when the new CEAA came into force in 2012 because they did not correspond with the criteria in the new law Aquatic ecosystems threatened Changes made to section 35 of the Fisheries Act put aquatic ecosystems at risk When these changes take effect on a date which has yet to be announced the prohibition on altering a fish s habitat will be replaced with a prohibition on causing serious harm to fish that are part of a commercial recreational or Aboriginal fishery or to fish that support such a fishery This means that only fished species will be truly protected and not the ecosystems they depend upon for their survival

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/fr/node/2110 (2015-04-05)
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