Survey says locally-engaged staff much happier with Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development than their Canada-based peers.
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A consortium of unions demonstrating outside the Prime Minister’s Office on June 15 against Bill C-59.
Marie-Danielle Smith Published: Wednesday, 06/17/2015 12:00 am EDT Last Updated: Thursday, 06/25/2015 10:41 am EDT
It’s National Public Service Week: an opportunity for politicians to recognize the public sector but also for public servants, including Canada’s foreign diplomats, to showcase their grievances with Canada’s largest employer.
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