Gov't scientists get permission to meet with union at workplace

Damage control, and the fiction that the gov't is listening to the concerns of scientists. But still demanding control. 

The department notified the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada, which represents federal scientists across government, that it has revised its guidelines for union activities and will allow PIPSC to hold meetings at the department’s offices.

The union must give the department at least five days’ notice and a copy of its agenda when booking a room for a meeting.