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  • Comment se dérole le réaménagement des effectifs? | Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada | Région de la capitale nationale
    A A Comment se dérole le réaménagement des effectifs Carte Comment se dérole le réam nagement des effectifs PDF Filed in Réaménagement des effectifs Published January 16 2013 Tweet Abonnez vous à notre liste de diffusion Recevez notre journal interactif et demeurez en contact avec nos nouvelles nos événements et nos communiqués de presse Courriel à domicile Code postal Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada Bureau d Ottawa 11

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/fr/r%C3%A9am%C3%A9nagement-des-effectifs/comment-se-d%C3%A9role-le-r%C3%A9am%C3%A9nagement-des-effectifs (2015-04-05)
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  • What you need to know about the Workforce Adjustment Appendix: A guide for PSAC Members | Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada | Région de la capitale nationale
    about the Workforce Adjustment Appendix A guide for PSAC Members What you need to know about the Workforce Adjustment Appendix A guide for Members PDF Filed in Shop Stewards Workforce Adjustment Published January 14 2013 Tweet Abonnez vous à notre liste de diffusion Recevez notre journal interactif et demeurez en contact avec nos nouvelles nos événements et nos communiqués de presse Courriel à domicile Code postal Alliance de la Fonction

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/fr/node/1339 (2015-04-05)
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  • Larry Rousseau on Political Action and the Quebec Elections | Public Service Alliance of Canada | National Capital Region
    face of being seen by the powers that be as too lax too slow or too resistant in implementing the orders of the PMO and the PCO the trickle down effect is awesomely negative Morale is the worst I have ever seen in the past 30 years and the major public service unions PSAC along with PIPSC and CAPE are the sole actors in this whole mess actually challenging the government PSAC especially and mainly through effective political action Which is why political action by the unions is being savagely attacked Those who believe that the unions and especially PSAC should shut up ignore or do not wish to look back on history to see and understand that precisely the best gains that workers have made mainly through strikes have been by standing up to the employer If unions bow their heads and shut up and unconditionally accept whatever the employer in this case the federal government a highly political actor dishes out in the name of saving economy and country which is highly debatable then it is a question of time before the union becomes completely useless and irrelevant which is EXACTLY the agenda of this Conservative government Last weekend a plane flew a banner with the StephenHarperHatesUs message The government has only succeeded in convincing a large number of Canadians that it finds the message highly irritable and unacceptable Indeed the RCMP informed PSAC directly that they questioned the pilot because they had concerns that the message could constitute hate speech and therefore a threat to the Prime Minister That is ridiculous and unbelievable and confirms that the union has latched on to something important Criticism of the Prime Minister constitutes freedom of speech not hate speech And freedom of speech is not only a sacred principle in our free and democratic society it is protected in our country by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms enshrined in our country s constitution The same Charter that this Conservative government has shown repeatedly it does detest and find irritable and pesky need we refer to gay rights and other equity issues That the PSAC plans to continue flying said plane at other events in the coming days and weeks proves that the union continues to fight for what it believes to be right namely the public servants it represents and the services that this Conservative government continues to destroy throughout the country and the list grows weekly In keeping with the right to free speech guaranteed by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms the PSAC has an internal policy 23B that guarantees its members freedom of political affiliation and belief free of harassment within its ranks Which means that every PSAC member has the right to vote and support whichever political party or movement from Conservative to Marxist Leninist to Green to whatever is legally constituted in this great country of ours And that includes the Bloc Québecois and Québec Solidaire and Parti Québecois and whatever other

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/statements/larry-rousseau-quebec-elections-and-political-action (2015-04-05)
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  • Larry Rousseau Statement on Canada Post Pay Equity Victory | Public Service Alliance of Canada | National Capital Region
    one of the biggest employers of the day Canada Post and fired the opening round of what would become an almost 30 year struggle Pay equity is a concept that the public service unions brought to the fore and we all know that the great Treasury Board pay equity case which was won in the 1990s was a great victory indeed The idea that all workers should receive equal pay for work of equal value is a clear enough concept Pay equity generally addresses the concept that female dominated work groups are less well paid than male dominated groups And this was certainly the crux of the Canada Post fight Canada Post workers classifed in the CR group administrative support staff were a female dominated group and were paid less as a rule than the PO group which was heavily male dominated Studies had to be commissioned and questioned and re commissioned and questioned again and experts had to be hired challenged and evaluated The legal battle once the appeals started was one of the most complicated and technically challenging in Canadian legal history The PSAC which led the fight and never gave up was certainly criticized on all sides It takes leadership to lose at Federal Court then lose at Federal Court of Appeal and then carry on the fight to the Supreme Court of Canada Yet the determination of our sisters who never gave up hope who showed the greatest determination and showed us once again that they were sticking to the union no matter what finally won the day The message in this victory in which all working Canadians share is that united we can win The feeble strength of one is nothing compared to the great force of workers united in common cause And in common

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/speech/larry-rousseau-statement-canada-post-pay-equity-victory (2015-04-05)
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  • Larry Rousseau on Eviction of Occupy Ottawa | Public Service Alliance of Canada | National Capital Region
    end up being worth less than what we owe negative equity and our pensions being unable to come even close to covering what we will need to survive We are faced with economic trends and outlooks that will see the middle class end up being a fraction of what it was these past years becoming slaves to an economy and financial machine that are ruthless in an insatiable quest to feed the top 1 and rob the bottom 99 Incredible Unbelievable Impossible Occupy reminds us alarms us awakens us to the fact that we have fallen asleep at the switch of what we alone were responsible to accomplish and maintain Social and economic justice for the vast majority and making sure that the elite were kept in check politically economically and socially We thought we had brought the aristocracy the notion of aristocracy and its autocratic power under control to be kept in check We wake up today to the sounds of Occupy screaming that the aristocracy of the 19th century is back with a vengeance Not yet along blood lines but economic ones The blood lines of aristocracy arise when it makes sure that the redistribution of its newly acquired wealth will be structured to enrich its offspring the new 1 and not anyone else Class warfare is the inevitable result of the insatiable and sadly inevitable greed of the elite Whether in Egypt Libya Haiti or now Europe and North America And instead of showing any sign of relenting the 1 in Europe and the United States and yes Canada demand even more from the citizenry The 1 will now lend us the money they have made on our homes and pensions at usurious rates which they set in their financial boardrooms and become even wealthier than yesterday

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/revp-occupy-ottawa-eviction-statement (2015-04-05)
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  • Gatineau | Public Service Alliance of Canada | National Capital Region
    Comite regional femmes francophones Women Gatineau Ottawa Gatineau Read more Comité régional des femmes francophones RCN Meeting June 26 2012 5 00 pm 7 00 pm 200 Promenade du Portage 2nd level local 310 Gatineau PQ Map Event Type Gatineau CRAPO General Assembly August 15 2012 5 00 pm 8 00 pm 200 Promenade du Portage 2nd level local 310 Gatineau Quebec Map Event Type CRAPO Gatineau Gatineau Receive our

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/taxonomy/term/154 (2015-04-05)
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  • Réunion du Conseil régional d'action politique de l'Outaouais (CRAPO) | Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada | Région de la capitale nationale
    00 20h 00 Bureau régional de Gatineau salle Phillippe Célestin 200 Promenade du Portage niveau 200 local A310 Gatineau Québec carte Un léger repas est offert dès 17 h La réunion débutera à 17 h 30 Event Type CRAPO action politique Gatineau Gatineau Tweet Abonnez vous à notre liste de diffusion Recevez notre journal interactif et demeurez en contact avec nos nouvelles nos événements et nos communiqués de presse Courriel

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/fr/crapo/events/r%C3%A9union-du-conseil-r%C3%A9gional-daction-politique-de-loutaouais-crapo (2015-04-05)
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  • Réunion Régionale Maison du Citoyen - 17 avril 2013 | Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada | Région de la capitale nationale
    fédéral Une loi a été adoptée récemment avec l appui du gouvernement Harper Cette loi dont le Sénat est maintenant saisi imposerait des règles extrêmement contraignantes à tous les syndicats y compris les Éléments et les sections locales de l AFPC Au cours des derniers mois au moins un représentant du gouvernement a parlé ouvertement de rouvrir unilatéralement les conventions collectives afin d éliminer les dispositions sur la sécurité syndicale qui existent depuis plus de 40 ans Ces menaces sont préoccupantes Nos conventions collectives nos services publics nos emplois et notre syndicat sont en péril Nous devons concerter nos efforts et riposter Le Conseil national d administration de l AFPC a mis en place un plan d action sans précédent pour riposter à ces attaques et renforcer notre syndicat un membre à la fois Les dirigeants et dirigeantes des sections locales de l AFPC sont donc conviés à une réunion d une journée pour discuter du plan et recevoir une formation sur la façon de mobiliser les membres afin de lutter contre les dernières menaces des conservateurs à l endroit des membres de l AFPC Les rencontres auront lieu les journées suivantes de 9h00 à 16h30 Mardi le 9 avril 2013 hôtel Marriott 161 Laurier ouest Ottawa salle Dorchester Mercredi le 17 avril 2013 Maison du Citoyen 25 Laurier Gatineau Salle des Fêtes Samedi le 20 avril 2013 Siège Social AFPC 233 Gilmour Ottawa salle JK Wyllie La traduction simultanée sera disponible à toutes les réunions Cliquez ici pour vous inscrire maintenant L AFPC assumera les frais de participation de chaque présidente ou président de section locale ou son représentant à une réunion seulement On invite toutefois les sections locales à envoyer plus de membres et de couvrir les frais Veuillez communiquer avec le bureau régional de l AFPC de

    Original URL path: http://ncr-rcn.psacadmin.ca/fr/communications/events/regional-meeting-maison-du-citoyen-april-17-2013-0 (2015-04-05)
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