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Federal public sector unions denounce back-door changes to labour legislation

OTTAWA, Oct. 29, 2013 /CNW/ – Leaders of the federal public sector unions (the National Joint Council bargaining agents) met yesterday and released the following statement on the government’s proposed changes to federal labour relations legislation:

“The federal public sector bargaining agents call on the government to withdraw its sweeping and unfair changes to federal labour relations legislation from its omnibus budget implementation act. Instead, the government should engage in real consultation on legislation to improve labour relations.

Bill C-4, the Conservative government’s mammoth budget implementation act, if passed, essentially guts the right to collective bargaining, eliminates important human rights protections, and will make every federal workplace less safe for its workers and the Canadians they serve.

Instead of sitting down and talking with the unions that represent its employees to truly modernize labour relations, the government has been working in secret to eliminate the labour rights gains of the last fifty years, and to remove any semblance of fairness for its employees ahead of the next round of bargaining.

Employees of the federal government are hard working and dedicated to the public interest. The services they provide, including food safety, transportation safety and the protection of Canadian citizens at home and abroad, are being systematically destroyed by this government through successive cuts to key programs, constant disrespect from Ministers in the media, and legislation that will erode the rights of workers in the public service.

Our members have been attacked time and again by this government and used as scapegoats to deflect attention from the real governance and economic problems they created.

We are united in our determination to defend and protect the rights of more than 242,000 members we represent in the federal public service.”

The Federal Bargaining Agents of the National Joint Council are:

Association of Canadian Financial Officers
Association of Justice Counsel
Canadian Air Traffic Control Association, CAW Local 5454
Canadian Association of Professional Employees
Canadian Federal Pilots Association
Canadian Merchant Service Guild
Canadian Military Colleges Faculty Association
Coast Guard Marine Communications Officers CAW-Canada Local 2182
Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada Local 588-G
Federal Government Dockyard Chargehands Association
Federal Government Dockyard Trades and Labour Council (East)
Federal Government Dockyard Trades and Labour Council (West)
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 2228
Professional Association of Foreign Service Officers
Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada
Public Service Alliance of Canada
Research Council Employees’ Association
Union of Canadian Correctional Officers – CSN

SOURCE: PSAC

For further information:

Shelina Merani, PSAC Communications, 613-293-9324
Peter Bleyer, PIPSC Communications, 613-292-6929
Pierre Lebel, CAPE Communications, 613-236-9181
Lyle Stewart, CSN, 514-796-2066

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