All 34 agreements cover a four-year period and include economic increases of 2.0%, 2.0%, 1.5% and 1.5%. The Government of Canada is committed to negotiating in good faith with all federal public sector negotiators. The government`s approach is to negotiate agreements that are appropriate for Canadian employees, negotiators and taxpayers. During this round of negotiations, the partner presented a comprehensive list of proposals. PsaC submitted 23 proposals that are joint with all PSAC groups, including two additional paid holidays per year and increased leave rights. The PSAC also submitted 57 proposals for specific changes to the TC group, including current economic increases, new leave provisions, new certificates and other monetary and non-monetary items not currently included in the TC agreement and/or other CPA collective agreements. At the beginning of this round of negotiations, the government made it clear to all negotiators that retroactivity and implementation of the agreements are key issues, given the continuing challenges posed by the Phoenix wage system and the implementation of agreements reached in the previous round of negotiations. The following allocation replaces the old application of the peological factor allocation (PFA). The parties agree that only established bodies considered eligible and/or eligible for the signing of this collective agreement and/or benefiting from an EPA and/or ADP will receive the Prison Service Specific Customs Allowance (CSSDA), subject to the criteria listed below. TBS successfully entered into collective agreements for 17 CPA groups with 11 negotiators. These 17 collective agreements involve workers represented by some of the major bargaining partners, including PIPSC, CAPE and ACFO. A four-year agreement would allow the parties to more fully implement the changes negotiated during this round.

It would also be a better opportunity to stabilize the compensation system before the next collective agreement is implemented. This is not in line with the provisions of the main agreement on working time (Article 25). The only variable working time, and three-quarters are applied when an employee has to work more than 7.5 hours per day.