Black History Month 2021

Annamie Paul

As part of Black History Month, CAPE interviewed Annamie Paul, leader of the Green Party of Canada.  She provided her perspective of being the first Black person to lead a major federal political party in Canada and the challenges she faced along the way, what she thinks needs to be done to address anti-Black racism in the federal public service, what this year's Black History Month theme “The Future is Now” means to her and more. Read more 

Atong Ater

CAPE also spoke with Atong Ater, an EC member at Fisheries and Ocean Canada and a member of the Federal Black Employees Caucus (FBEC). She talked about her role within FBEC, how people can be allies in the workplace, what unions can do to address racial discrimination in the workplace and more. Read more 

CAPE meets with the Leader of the Official Opposition

A delegation from CAPE led by President Greg Phillips, met with Hon. Erin O’Toole in his capacity as the Leader of the Official Opposition. Continue reading

Important Information about CODE 699

CAPE is extremely concerned with TBS’ decision to introduce restrictive guidelines that seeks to limit access to leave with pay under Code 699. Read more

Mark your Calendar 

March 8: International Women's Day - #FeministRecovery

March 20: International Day of La Francophonie

March 21: International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

March 23: CAPE is hosting its second Speakers’ Series on the theme "Working in French in the Federal Public Service". More information to come. 

February Thematic Day

Spotlight on CAPE's Website

Each month, we will highlight a section of our website. This month's spotlight is on our Issues Page. Click here for more information. 

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