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16 January 2023
Any return to office policy must “consider the nature of each department’s work and the services they provide to Canadians.” Those are Treasury Board President Mona Fortier’s own words, and we urge her to heed them, said presidents of PIPSC and CAPE in an opinion letter published in The Ottawa Citizen.
4 January 2023
The New Year is here and I want to take this opportunity to sincerely wish you all the very best in 2023. Our challenges can definitely lead to positive outcomes for our members.
21 December 2022
Learn about big changes coming to your healthcare plan
15 December 2022
Today’s announcement is the total opposite of what the Treasury Board has been promising.
13 December 2022
PIPSC is reminding the Treasury Board to prioritize the health and safety of its workers.
8 December 2022
PIPSC has launched billboards in key locations to urge the Ford government to respect frontline workers and repeal Bill 124.
1 December 2022
On November 29, 2022 Treasury Board President Mona Fortier announced the appointment of an expert panel to review the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act (PSDPA).
28 November 2022
“The NB Conservative government's legislation introduced on November 24 is a direct attack on public service workers,” said Jennifer Carr, PIPSC President
23 November 2022
On October 31, 2022 PIPSC submitted its comments in writing to this Committee regarding Bill C-13, An Act to amend the Official Languages Act, to enact the Use of French in Federally Regulated Private Businesses Act and to make related amendments to other Acts.
19 November 2022
Legacy Foundation Scholarship Program  Delegates viewed a video update on the Institute’s Legacy Foundation, including brief profiles of this year’s scholarship laureates.  
19 November 2022
  Honouring the Stewards of the Year  The “Steward of the Year” award acknowledges those who have gone “above and beyond” their duties to assist members and who have made extraordinary contributions to the Institute.
18 November 2022
Celebrating Outstanding Members 
18 November 2022
President’s Opening Address
18 November 2022
Learn more about the accomplishments and continuous work of Canada’s largest union of professional employees in this year’s annual report.
8 November 2022
  On behalf of its members and staff, the Institute is proud to honour all Canadians who served during the various wars in which our great nation participated.
3 November 2022
The Institute is saddened to learn of the untimely passing of our friend and colleague, Brandon Wilson. A PIPSC steward at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Brandon passed away on October 23, 2022 at the age of 36.  He will be missed.
3 November 2022
On October 28, 2022 President Carr met for the first time with Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier to discuss a number of important issues that affect our members, public services and Canadian taxpayers.
3 November 2022
All nomination documentation must be sent to the Professional Institute National Office no later than December 2, 2022, at 12:00 PM PT.
2 November 2022
On October 24, 2022 President Jennifer Carr appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Government Operations and Estimates (OGGO) to discuss the nefarious effects of outsourcing on our members, public services and Canadian taxpayers.
1 November 2022
PIPSC President Jennifer Carr urges all Canadians to stand in solidarity with their fellow workers at CUPE.
21 October 2022
We’re currently looking for additional members in your workplace to be a local Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) representative. The deadline to apply is November 7, 2022.
20 October 2022
As your President, I have focused this year on key priority areas that reflect my vision of PIPSC as a member-oriented organization ready to tackle the challenges ahead.
13 October 2022
To view the live stream of the PIPSC Annual General Meeting, please register by November 9, 2022.
7 October 2022
2022 AGM Resolutions
28 September 2022
Pledge a donation, support Indigenous artists, and join Indigenous language revitalization efforts.
28 September 2022
Jennifer Carr, President of the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada, is currently making official visits to nursing stations in remote First Nations northern communities.
26 September 2022
In 2022, we awarded 35 scholarships worth a total of $55,000. To date, we’ve awarded $1,105,000 in scholarships to 577 students. Thank you to our sponsors. Congratulations to all our laureates.
23 September 2022
From September 26 to 29, 2022, the President of the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC), Jennifer Carr, will undertake official visits to nursing stations located in remote First Nations northern communities.
16 September 2022
In recognition of Public Service Pride, watch this webinar for an introduction to diversity of sexual orientation and gender identity issues.
15 September 2022
It is with sadness we announce the passing of Nancy Barr on September 3, 2022. From 2005 to 2009, Nancy served as the National Film Board Group President. During this time, she fiercely represented PIPSC members.
13 September 2022
Our lawsuit against the Ford government’s Bill 124 has officially begun. See how we’re fighting for fair collective bargaining, decent work, and quality public services in Ontario.
16 August 2022
“Nurses work relentlessly to keep remote communities healthy under the most challenging of circumstances. We applaud this step forward to recognize and fairly compensate them for their dedication, and continue to advocate for improved working conditions and pay for all frontline workers.”
15 August 2022
Despite the increase in COVID cases and other indicators, many federal departments and agencies are continuing with return to workplace plans, with the bulk of them coming into effect immediately after Labour Day.
11 August 2022
The Treasury Board is seeking special permission to divide the Core Public Administration into several pay equity plans, which may undermine the ability to achieve pay equity.
10 August 2022
The revised PSHCP includes significant gains in mental health, transgender health, and coverage for acute/chronic illness.
27 July 2022
PIPSC has filed policy grievances due to the employer’s approach to recovering overpayments and the many issues our members have been facing. The policy grievances challenge the coercive manner in which the recovery of overpayments is being done.