Thousands of holiday memories have been ruined for members of the Canada Employment and Immigration Union (CEIU), a component of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC). In response to their third holiday season as victims of the Phoenix pay system, federal public sector employees working at Service Canada, the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB),and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) are delivering coal and grievances to the federal liberal government for Christmas.Read more
A call for nominations for two (2) positions of Alternate National Vice-Presidents has just been sent out to all CEIU Local Presidents in the respective regions to post on their Union’s bulletin boards.Read more
The following Reports of the National Vice-Presidents from the April 2019 National Executive meeting are available should you wish to read one or more of them by clicking on the respective links.Read more
Since the latest update was posted on our site in March 2019, CEIU has continued to meet regularly with management in order to deal with several issues of which the following are the highlights.Read more
In response to the email sent to employees at Service Canada yesterday regarding the phoenix compensation, Eddy Bourque, National President and Crystal Warner, National Executive Vice-President of CEIU sent the following to the ESDC Deputy Minister.
The Canada Employment and Immigration Union is pleased to be able to offer fifteen (15) $2,000.00 National Scholarships to CEIU members in good standing, their spouse, their common-law spouse (including same sex partners) and/or their dependant(s).
A message brought to you by the Human Rights and Race Relations Committee
June 21 is Canada’s National Indigenous Peoples Day, which is meant to celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures, and outstanding achievements of the nation's indigenous peoples.Read more
Courageous restaurant workers at the Rainforest Café in Niagara Falls have been seeking a first contract from their employer Canadian Niagara Hotels for over a year and have been on strike since April 7th.Read more
We were invited by our Liberal MP, Jean Rioux. We met him in the reception area to talk about the status of collective bargaining. We also had a chance to meet the following MPs: Jean Rioux, Denis Paradis, François-Philippe Champagne, Diane Lebouthillier and Joyce Murray.
We asked Minister Murray to return to the bargaining table with reasonable offers.
The CEIU National Human Rights/Race Relations (HRRR) Conference is fast approaching and matters dealt with by this conference will be in the form of resolutions which are either adopted or defeated by the accredited delegates in attendance at the Conference.