The APS,
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APS is here to help you. For 25 years, our team has been able to achieve and maintain major gains to give CBC/Radio-Canada professionals and supervisors among the best working conditions in the industry. Are you an active member? Join now. It’s quick and easy.

We have just one job: to represent you.

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Monday, December 4, 2023 On December 4, 2023, Radio-Canada/CBC announced that it will eliminate some 800 positions across the country.  These position reductions will take place among both unionized and...

Friday, November 10, 2023 Significant developments have occurred since our last WORKDAY release. We now have CBC representatives dedicated to correcting the WORKDAY issues, including one person who works directly...

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Our successes

Wage growth 

Since its creation, APS has supported its members by representing them in negotiations for collective agreements.

Since its creation, APS has supported its members by representing them in negotiations for collective agreements. From the start, wages have been a priority issue. Indeed, before the establishment of the association was created the wage situation was chaotic, to say the least. Salary scales varied widely for people in the same jobs. Salary increases, overtime and employment contracts were unregulated. The yearning for consistency and equity in wages provided much of the impetus for the creation of APS. 

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