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Delegates to the NS Area Coucil1 attended a TroubleMakers Conference in Halifax recently. Organized by the Halifax Dartmouth District Labour Council, this annual event is a popular skills building activist workshop.  

Pictured L-R are : Gisele Weingartshofer, GSU 80052, Lori Walton, GSU 80052, Drake Clarke, UCTE 80829 & Kathy Macfarlance, CEIU 80227.

At the last Greater Moncton Human Rights committee meeting, members had the pleasure to welcome representatives of the Moncton Cavalier Riding Club, who came to talk about the work their therapeutic riding club does for people with disabilities.  This group receives some financial assistance from the United Way campaign therefore if your local would like to have someone come to make a presentation to better inform your members on their work, please do not hesitate to contact your PSAC regional representative, Monique Laplante from the Moncton PSAC regional office for more details.

Sisters and Brothers,

Please find in below the information in regards to the DCL Conference that will be taking place in Moncton, NB from November 3-5, 2017.  Deadline to register is Wednesday, October 25.

In solidarity,

Colleen Coffey
Regional Executive Vice-President, PSAC-Atlantic

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 28, 2017

Public Servants Rally to Denounce the Phoenix Pay System

HALIFAX, NS – Members of the Union of Veterans’ Affairs Employees (UVAE), a Component of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), will rally to denounce the Phoenix Pay System as thousands of public servants continue to have pay issues.  They will bring their concerns to Andy Fillmore, Member of Parliament for Halifax.

WHAT: Rally to Denounce the Phoenix Pay System

Special thanks to various PSAC committees and our PSAC-Atlantic Director for GLBT members, Wayne Kelley, for having ensured a strong PSAC presence at various pride parades in the Atlantic Region.  This year, we participated in the following pride parades:

Moncton, NB

Halifax, Yarmouth and Amherst, Pictou County and Sydney, NS

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