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OTTAWA, Oct. 20, 2015 /CNW Telbec/ – It is with a certain sense of relief and a great deal of optimism for the future that the Union of Canadian Correctional Officers (UCCO-SACC-CSN) welcomes the election of a majority government by Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party of Canada. Without endorsing one party over another, before the election was....
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Following a questionnaire, sent on February 2015, on issues that affect Correctional officers and lobbying efforts on parliament hill, the Union has received the following responses to our concerns. To see the party responses click on the appropriate link below. Green Party of Canada Liberal Party of Canada (1) Liberal Party of Canada (2) English....
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The Union of Canadian Correctional Officers (UCCO- SACC-CSN ) invites correctional officers not to vote for the Conservatives. In the first of 5 videos, the National Vice President of UCCO-SACC, Jason Godin, gives two arguments.

Ottawa, September 30, 2014 — Unionized correctional officers begin to push back against the Conservative government’s anti-union attacks this afternoon by talking directly to voters in the federal Ottawa West-Nepean riding. About 200 members of the Union of Canadian Correctional Officers (UCCO-SACC-CSN) will be going door-to-door in the riding to give a factual rebuttal to....
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The Conservative attack on unions lacks common sense and will have unintended consequences Calgary, October 31, 2013 — Anti-union measures in a new omnibus budget bill and a series of anti-democratic policy proposals at the Conservative Party convention in Calgary this weekend will have serious consequences for Canadians should they ever become federal law. Elected....
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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....
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