However, the low level of member support for the Aboriginal Services Treaty shows how much more needs to be done. Over the next 3 years, the union will continue to work with CSS members to further strengthen support for the sector. CBC News has learned that the preliminary agreement, which employs 21,800 people, features annual wage increases of 2% over the next three years. The agreement was eagerly awaited due to the number of public sector unions with collective agreements expiring in 2019. “After 16 years of wage cuts and moderation that have led the sector to crisis, this agreement with a government that wants to put people first provides a foundation on which to build. Stephanie Smith, BCGEU President The most recent terms queen`s Printer and Unifor have agreed on: however, he said union negotiators could be satisfied with the overall deal. . . .