Vote to protect public services

We’re facing a global climate crisis – with fires, floods and extreme weather threatening us all.

Canada’s public service has some of the world’s best climate scientists. And they can give us the solutions to climate change that we need.

But they need the resources to do the job.

Meanwhile, we’re losing billions of dollars every year because of tax loopholes that let corporate cheats duck paying their fair share.

Do the math. Close the loopholes and we can fund climate action.

 

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On October 21, Canadians will vote to set the course for the next four years. We need to elect a government that protects public services and respects the people who provide them.

As a union, we have the power to influence change. 

We’ve won scientific integrity. We’re replacing the failed pay system. We’re standing up for those who’ve suffered under Phoenix. We’re leading the fight against overpriced consultants.

This election, make a difference. Use your vote to protect public services.

Latest News

22 October 2019
Letter from President Debi Daviau to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau following his re-election.
17 October 2019
We represent thousands of professionals at the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). They collect the taxes needed to fund the public services Canadians depend on every day.
16 October 2019
Canada’s public service has some of the world’s best scientists. And they can give us the solutions to the challenges that we face on critical issues such as climate change, food safety, water quality and disease prevention. But they need the resources to do the job.
15 October 2019
Last week, the Conservative party platform revealed cuts to government operations which will dramatically reduce public services Canadians need.
15 October 2019
We represent 13,000 IT workers in the federal government. We’re leading the fight against overpriced consultants. We need to elect a government that will invest in a permanent, not contract, public service.
15 October 2019
On August 29, PIPSC sent questions on our top priorities to the leaders of all the four federal parties running candidates across the country. We have summarized their responses to help you vote for public services.
16 September 2019
PIPSC, in its election ad released today, is calling on federal parties to commit to closing corporate tax loopholes to pay for action on the climate crisis.
13 September 2019
We have developed this online Election Toolkit that will help you make an informed choice in electing a government that will protect public services and respect the people who provide them.
31 July 2019
Parliament has risen and MPs are back in their home ridings — we are getting closer to the next federal election. With fixed election dates, we can expect Election Day to be Monday October 21, 2019.