FB members perform law enforcement work. These men and women keep our borders safe, seize illegal weapons and drugs, and protect our communities. They deserve a fair contract.
On March 23, 2018, members of CIU and PSAC rallied at the Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle (QC) port of entry, in solidarity with the FB bargaining team, and with a clear message for the employer: After 1372 days without a contract, enough is enough.
A large number of CIU and PSAC members rallied today at Toronto Pearson airport, sending a strong message to the employer: As we prepare to return to the bargaining table, it is high time to treat FB members as law enforcement and give them a fair contract. We’re united in solidarity and ready to defend our rights, and we support our bargaining team.
Today, members rallied at the Prescott port of entry, in Ontario, as a display of solidarity and to tell the employer that, after almost 4 years in bargaining, the FB Group deserves a fair contract now!
On February 22, CIU and PSAC members rallied in Sault Ste. Marie in support of ongoing national bargaining efforts for members of the FB Group (Border Services). FB members have been without a contract for over 3.5 years, and on Friday they took their message to the CBSA office, and to Liberal MP Terry Sheehan – in person.
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CIU/PSAC members rallied near the PAC Highway border crossing on February 14, calling on the government to show Border Services personnel some love, treat them as law enforcement, and give them a fair contract. These men and women have been without a contract for over three and a half years – they protect Canadians every day, and deserve fair treatment.