After three days of bargaining this week, negotiations between Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and the National Capital Commission (NCC) broke off June 14 with no progress and no agreement, said PSAC.
The parties have been in bargaining since Feb. 2015, when the two sides exchanged proposals and demands. For two years, the NCC delayed the process and refused to negotiate in good faith, according to the union.
PSAC had filed for conciliation in Jan. 2017, but the process was put on hold after a few weeks in order to give bargaining another chance, said the union.
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