The system was expected to save the government $140 million over the next two years but officials have admitted that’s not going to happen.
Four senior executives who helped launch the federal government’s pay system are no longer working for the department.
The transport giant has admitted it did “a bad job” explaining its original decision and will now put pay rises off until 2020.
Trudeau was questioned over the government's bailout of Bombardier after senior execs saw a hefty compensation rise last year.
The Workers Compensation Board is calling on employers to develop workplace policies governing the use of marijuana.
The legislation will now be referred to Canada’s highest court after MPs went against Justin Trudeau's recommendations.
Global uncertainty has workers worried yet employers continue to ignore the issue, said the PM.
Earlier today, the leaders pledged to boost female participation by addressing the barriers faced many women.
Employers and labour groups alike are lobbying the government to scrap its current plan, amid concerns from both sides.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada is calling on the PM to live up to his election promise and partner with federal workers.