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Unionized workers at Qulliq Energy Corporation (QEC) ratified the new tentative agreement with their employer August 17, 2017.

The new collective agreement includes modest economic gains and increases to Special Leave provisions.

The voting took place both in-person and by mail-in ballots to ensure members in communities all across the territory had the opportunity to cast their ballot.

Unionized workers at Dominion Diamond Ekati Corporation voted in favour of ratifying the new tentative agreement with their employer.

The voting took place over the course of four weeks to ensure members on differing shifts as well as those on long-term leave had the opportunity to vote. 

The new four-year collective agreement will expire on May 31, 2019.

From Yellowknife to Charlottetown to Vancouver citizens gathered today for snap actions at over 50 MP offices to remind the Liberals of their election promise on electoral reform

On June 8, members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) who work with Treasury Board mobilized to demand a quick and fair resolution to contract negotiations with their employers and to support their bargaining teams.

In a show of solidarity, federal workers attended events organized by PSAC across Canada and called on the Liberal Government to keep their promise of respect and fairness in the current round of collective bargaining.

Public consultations, mandate are important steps in open government

The Public Service Alliance of Canada North (PSAC North) commends the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) for their efforts to consult the public about the territory’s budget and fiscal strategy.

Public input is an important step in making government accessible to residents of the territory, and makes the government more accountable and transparent.

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