Collective Bargaining

Building on the tremendous solidarity established in the last round of negotiations, our 16 Treasury Board groups are busy preparing for a new round of bargaining that is scheduled to begin in the coming months. 

All collective agreements are set to expire in 2018, even those that have not yet been signed (OSFI, CFIA-VM, CFIA-IN and NRC-RO/RCO), or even reached (CFIA-S&A). The Presidents and Bargaining Officers met on June 28 to develop a national strategy that will allow PIPSC to once more present a united front and advance our members’ demands.

You can stay up-to-date on the latest developments of your bargaining team by reading the updates section below or visiting your Group’s webpage directly.

Latest Bargaining Updates

21 December 2017
On December 15, 2017 the Collective Agreement was approved by the Governor General in Council. All parties have now approved the Agreement and will be scheduling a date for signing early in the new year.
21 December 2017
Your NUREG Bargaining team is pleased and proud to announce that on Monday December 18, 2017, NUREG and the CNSC signed NUREG’s first ever Member Ratified collective agreement. This is an historic event. We thank the CNSC for pushing the agreement through the approval process with the government 
20 December 2017
We are pleased to announce that our AFS members have voted to accept the September 23, 2017 tentative agreement to renew our collective bargaining agreement for the December 22, 2014 to December 21, 2018 period.
18 December 2017
Your CFIA-IN Bargaining Team is pleased to announce that a tentative agreement was reached with the employer just before midnight on December 14, 2017, after six days of negotiations. The economic increase is 1.25% in each of four years (2014-2017) with a 1% market adjustment increase in 2016.
15 December 2017
PIPSC NRC RO/RCO Bargaining Update, December 11, 2017 Dear RO/RCO colleagues,
6 December 2017
Your S&A Bargaining team worked hard for two days (November 30 and December 1) with the Employer to narrow issues in bargaining and move towards a tentative agreement.  We made a great deal of progress but one outstanding issue remains – rates of pay!  Even on this issue progress was made but
6 December 2017
Dear NFB Member,
4 December 2017
The three parties met November 28, 29, and 30, 2017 in Winnipeg, MB and are scheduled to meet again in Beauséjour, MB on January 9, 10 and 11, 2018. Additional tentative dates are scheduled for late January and February, 2018.

Latest News

7 August 2018
Bargaining teams are being convened, member surveys are being conducted, and priorities are emerging, both for individual Groups and PIPSC overall. In short, all Groups should be in a position to begin bargaining by the end of the year.
7 August 2018
Building on the tremendous solidarity established in the last round of negotiations, our 16 Treasury Board groups are busy preparing for a new round of bargaining that is scheduled to begin in the coming months.