RCMP and Treasury Board have confirmed that union dues will begin to be deducted starting on April 3.
Written Submission for the Pre-Budget Consultations in Advance of the Upcoming 2024 Federal Budget
USJE requests that the proposed changes to GECA be made as quickly as possible by the federal government so that the thousands of federal public safety personnel who keep Canadians safe every day are no longer left behind to suffer in silence when they develop an occupational stress injury.
Newsletter – February 8
Phoenix overpayments, Proposed changes to GECA, and more
Behind the scenes at the RCMP – tell us about your work
USJE wants to bring attention to these members who hold RCMP operations together behind the scenes, and help Canadians better understand the people who ensure our public safety across the country.
New USJE Podcast Union Safety Net coming this month
Each month, we dive into the issues facing workers across Canada and talk to experts and special guests to make sense of it all.
National FOS Working Group meet to discuss next steps of the Campaign
Food Services Officers employed by the Correctional Service of Canada who are members of USJE met virtually on January 23 to provide an update from each region, discuss common issues and develop a strategy for moving forward.
National Health and Safety Committee announces new members
Congratulations to all those who were selected and a heartfelt thank you to everyone across Canada who applied.
RVP Ménard and President Villeneuve meet with Bloc Québécois MP Louise Chabot
MP Chabot is very familiar with the issues affecting USJE members, and the meeting gave RVP Ménard and President Villeneuve the opportunity to discuss with her the issues surrounding the Canada Life Insurance Company and the Phoenix pay system.
Newsletter – January 11
Share, apply, nominate – January deadlines approach!
Presumptive Injury Campaign: Consider Sharing your experience with us
USJE has been engaging all political parties to highlight why the changes to the federal legislation (GECA) are urgently required. As USJE continues to seek all party support to adopt these changes, we are inviting USJE’s members to consider sharing their personal stories regarding the challenges you or your colleagues continue to face while seeking support or access to Worker’s compensation for mental health related injuries.