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Better Together
Central Bargaining Webinar
Do Better
President Debi Daviau and Director of Labour Relations Richard Beaulé provided an update on central bargaining and the Do Better campaign. Wins at the central bargaining table will be included in all Treasury Board group contracts. If you weren’t able to tune in or you’d like to watch it again, the webinar is now available online.
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Zul Nanji, Making Sure Everyone Pays Their Fair Share
Zul Nanji
Each day PIPSC members go to work to protect and serve Canadians in a hundred different ways: they save lives, protect the environment and grow the economy.

Zul Nanji is a retired International Tax Auditor with the CRA who is concerned that everyone pays their fair share of taxes. “It’s not fair that a big corporation can transfer millions of dollars out of the country without paying tax and claim it as an expense, and then bring the money back into the country as a loan or a gift, and not have to pay the tax,” says Zul. “They made the money in Canada, and they should pay their share.”
Meet Zul Nanji
Tax Season and Phoenix
Nix Phoenix
Phoenix has caused pay errors for tens of thousands of our members. With the 2018 tax season upon us, it is critical for PIPSC members to have accurate information as they prepare to file their tax returns.
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Canadian Labour Movement
Islamophobia at Work
Must-Read Report on Islamophobia
Islamophobia at Work: Challenges and Opportunities explores the rise of anti-Muslim attitudes and discrimination in Canada. It provides recommendations for employers, trade unions, and governments on how to address this harmful trend.

Indigenous Rights and Justice
Indigenous Lobby Day
PIPSC representatives participated in the Canadian Labour Congress’s first-ever Indigenous Lobby Day. Over 100 union members arrived on Parliament Hill to meet with MPs to discuss how to better address critical issues impacting Indigenous communities across the country.


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