« The SCC is inspired by the Public Service Labour Relations Act and fully respects the rights of all bargaining partners to represent the interests of their members through legitimate union activities that do not violate collective agreements and legislation, » the statement said, adding that the SCC does not specifically address collective bargaining. In the current round of negotiations, prison officers are primarily working to resolve the problems of their collective agreement with regard to pension reforms, occupational safety and health and improving their working conditions. BREAKING NEWS| DERNI-RE HOUR 🚨🚨🚨 Your negotiating committee reached an agreement in principle with the CFO at approximately 4 a.m. We have not yet reached an agreement with Correctional Service Canada for our global agreement. Discussions are expected to continue next week. No details are disclosed pending all agreements. Members will receive details as soon as possible. Thank you all. Your negotiating committee reached an agreement in principle last night at… Four hours with the Treasury Board. All we have to do is agree with Correctional Service Canada about our comprehensive agreement.

Discussions are expected to continue next week. No details will be disclosed until this final agreement is reached. We will inform members of it as much as possible. Thank you all. In this text, we witness the segregation of the risks associated with employment contracts between prison officers and the state – and we show the transcendence of risk logics, from segregation cells to community escorts for rehabilitation and liberation planning. Women in detention are constantly being pushed back into the re-registered form of stupid but potentially dangerous returns — even more so than male prisoners. Instead, the purpose of women`s escorts must be justified and their behavioral characteristics acceptable. The text of the comprehensive agreement, as well as the various UCCO publications on the criminal treatment of women convicted by the state, reflects the anti-feminist counter-reaction that was triggered in the days following the publication of the Fifth Estate video, as well as the Arbour inquiry that called for an end to long-term segregation. Dell, Filmore and Kilty (reference Dell, Fillmore and Kilty2009) argue that the punishable treatment of women held by the CSC, especially those who injure themselves or are violent, is rooted in a misogynistic ideology that finds women attentive, manipulative and even seductive in their behaviour towards employees.