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Letters

Despite all the magic of social media, letters still pack a serious punch.   A letter to the editor, to an MP, to your municipal councilor can make important inroads.  PSAC members know more than almost anyone about the public services we provide, and we are best equipped to speak up and write up when these services are under attack. 

Letter to Premier Alward regarding the closure of the Morgentaler Clinic

April 14, 2014 •

Premier David Alward

Office of the Premier

Centennial Building

670 King Street

Fredericton, NB E3B 1G1

 

April 11, 2014

 

Premier Alward,

I’m writing to you on behalf of 6000 PSAC members in New Brunswick. We are deeply concerned with the announced closure of the Morgentaler Clinic to take effect in July. 

We are asking the government of New Brunswick to repeal Regulation 84/20, Schedule 2(a.1) which states that an abortion will only be covered by Medicare if:

Letter to Premier McNeil regarding Bill 37

April 2, 2014 •

Premier Stephen McNeil

Office of the Premier

7th Floor, One Government Place

1700 Granville Street

P.O Box 726

Halifax, NS B3J 2T3

 

April 2, 2014

 

Premier McNeil,

 

I’m writing to you on behalf of 7200 PSAC members in Nova Scotia.  We are deeply concerned and outraged by the actions of your government with the introduction of Bill 37 (essential services act). 

 

Endorsement of the NB Anti-Shale Gas Alliance

March 31, 2014 •

March 31, 2014

 

Letter to NBFL Blair Doucet Youth Summer Camp

March 14, 2014 •

Brother Patrick Colford

President

New Brunswick Federation of Labour

96 Norwood Avenue, Suite 314

Letter to Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association

March 14, 2014 •

Cheryl Maloney

President

Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association

P.O Box 805

Our first Telephone Town Hall meeting

January 16, 2014 •

Last night, PSAC Atlantic held its first Telephone Town Hall meeting that invited all the region’s members to talk about key issues affecting our union.

Thanks to everyone who joined the call last night.  Over 3200 PSAC Atlantic members were on the line for the English language call, and some 260 for the French language call. 

If you didn’t receive a call, please update your contact information with your regional office or through our national website: https://psacunion.ca/user/register

Canada Post: Public services are not only for some people, some of the time

January 7, 2014 •

People who work in the federal public service always have one eye trained on what’s going on at Canada Post.  And for good reason.  The crown corporation is a testing ground for the federal government’s experiments on how to transform working conditions and labour relations. 

A year in reflection and the year ahead: A message from the REVP

December 17, 2013 •

We are approaching the end of what has been both a successful and challenging year for our union.  I want to congratulate all 20,000 PSAC members in the Atlantic for your courage, your activism and your resilience.   And here’s why.

Bill C-4 will return Canada to a harsher, more primitive era

December 5, 2013 •

Leave it to Stephen Harper’s Conservatives to try to pile in as much bad legislation as they can in the two years they have left in office.

Bill C-4: Attack on Health and Safety

November 16, 2013 •

The latest budget implementation act (Bill C-4) now being debated by Parliament will drastically change and reduce health & safety protections for workers in federal jurisdiction. The proposed changes to the Canada Labour Code put workers’ lives at risk.

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