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Fifteen young workers gathered on May 22-23, 2012 in Antigonish, NS, to build their activist toolkits and lay the groundwork for young workers committees.

Over seventy PSAC members delivered affected letters today to Peter MacKay’s constituency office. The letter informed the minister that his services as a federal employee might no longer be needed. The reasons given included reckless spending and cuts to public services.

Since the budget announcement, over 13,000 PSAC members have received affected letters, including 1124 at the Department of National Defence that MacKay oversees.

Friday, May 18th Members practice picket line at CFB Gagetown - Just to let them know we might be back.

Thursday, May 17th, Members of the Oromocto Fire Department dropped by for pizza and to present the local with a donation.

On the Victoria day weekend, Sunday May 20th, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada member Sarah Leonard and her family assisted with the distribution of the flyer regarding the loss of jobs and services in Parks Canada. Sarah and her family were active at both locations, Signal Hill and Cape Spear.
Pictured is a family member and a member of the general public."