Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada
|Full name||Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada|
|Key people||Debi Daviau President |
vice-presidents; Stéphane Aubry, Norma Domey, Steve Hindle, Gary Corbett
|Office location||Ottawa, Ontario|
The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) is the largest multi-professional labour union in Canada, representing some 60,000 public service professionals employed at the federal and some provincial and territorial levels of government. It was founded in 1920.
The Institute was founded to protect the interests of professional public employees and became a bargaining agent following the implementation of the Public Service Staff Relations Act (PSSRA) in 1967.
The Institute is the bargaining agent for more than 41 knowledge-based groups and negotiates with 27 different employers in six different jurisdictions.
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