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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 24, 2017

PSAC Members Mark the One-Year Anniversary of the Pheonix Pay System

HALIFAX, NS – Today members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) who are employed by the Government of Canada will be taking various actions to demonstrate their frustration with the Pheonix pay system on its one year-anniversary.

Members of USGE-PSAC local 60001 in Miramichi, NB organized 3 sessions in January on the importance of Unions and the Labour Movement.  They served free lunch to over 70 of their members and showed a video on the importance of unions and the labour movement as a whole.  The event turned out to be a great success and the members said they felt proud and motivated by the educational movie they had watched.  

 

Sisters and Brothers,

The government is refusing to fix the Phoenix pay system and that’s certainly no reason to celebrate.

What can you do?

Brothers Jason Croft and Robert Chafe of UEW local 90002 making a donation to the Newfoundland and Labrador School Lunch Association.

Our Regional Executive Vice-President, Jeannie Baldwin, along with Steve Purcell, Lenora Gero and Jodi MacPherson presented a cheque of $2,000 from the PSAC Social Justice Fund to the United Way in Sydney, NS to help with the floods that happened last year.

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