Over the last year and a half, your National Executive has continued to meet the employer in our regular National Labour Management Committee (NLMC) meetings. Obviously, given public health orders,
Commissioner Anne Kelly Correctional Service Canada 340 Laurier Ave. West Ottawa, ON K1A 0P9 SUBJECT: CSC RESPONSE TO STANDING SENATE COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT “HUMAN RIGHTS OF FEDERALLY-SENTENCED PERSONS”
The Union of Canadian Correctional Officers (UCCO-SACC-CSN) is calling on Correctional Service Canada to step up the fight against deliveries of packages to penitentiaries by drone, the efforts made thus far having proven insufficient.
Approximately 200 correctional officers gathered in front of Justin Trudeau’s Montréal office this morning to protest the Liberal government’s refusal to pay them the COVID-19 premium, even though they have
When negotiating a collective agreement, keeping members informed of developments is vitally important. Members received a regular stream of reports on the talks: dozens of articles, videos and photos were
The general meetings on the agreements in principle reached in the last round of bargaining will go down in history as the first to be held during a pandemic. COVID-19
After numerous changes in the employer’s spokespersons, negotiations finally got underway last spring, right in the middle of the pandemic. Our pressure began with fighting against the employers’ demands on
We began the process of renewing our collective agreement with a consultation tour of all 49 institutions from September 17 to October 25, 2018. We then did a tour from