The Treasury Board of Canada has presented striking public workers with a "final offer," aiming to end the dispute that has disrupted services ranging from tax returns to passport renewals. The strike by federal government workers, represented by the Public Service Alliance Of Canada (PSAC), entered its 11th day on Saturday. Government negotiators said details are being kept to the negotiating table, but the proposal included "an enhanced wage offer" and addressed issues including "telework, seniority and contracting." The proposed offer includes an enhanced pay offer, which is the first new contract to be negotiated since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. For the 155,000 PSAC on strike, the main sticking point is wages. However this is not the only issue that concerns public and private unions watching to see if remote working would be built into the collective bargaining agreement. On Tuesday, officials announced that they would begin escalating strike actions in order to block several Canadian ports.