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PSAC members in the Atlantic region highlighted the 4th anniversary of the Phoenix pay system and earned unprecedented media coverage.

In Miramichi, members paid a respectful visit to the Member of Parliament for Miramichi – Grand Lake, Pat Finnigan. At the same time, approximately 75 members rallied at the main pay center in Miramichi. This demonstration was in no way directed at our PSAC/GSU members working at the Pay Center, to the contrary, this should have been seen as a show of support for the excellent work they are doing despite a system that is not working properly.

February 26, 2020

Four years of Phoenix: workers to rally for compensation and faster progress

MIRAMICHI, NB - As the Phoenix pay disaster hits the four-year mark, PSAC members across Canada will be holding public protests to increase pressure for government action. Their demands are simple:

February 24, 2020

Professional and Technical Staff Union reach tentative agreement with University of New Brunswick

Fredericton, NB - Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) Local 60551, which represents over 370 members who work for The University of New Brunswick (UNB), Saint John and Fredericton campuses reached a tentative agreement with UNB. These employees provide a broad range of services to students, faculty and other staff.

Four years later and we continue to get ‘phoenixed’. How are you being impacted now?

  • Your pay has been affected?
  • Experienced stress because of compensation-related issues?
  • Affected your decision to seek or accept another position?

Tell us!

To commemorate African Heritage Month, the PSAC Halifax Human Rights Committee has purchased two tickets to the Neptune Theatre production of “Controlled Damage”.  The production explores the life of Viola Desmond and how her act of bravery in a New Glasgow, NS movie theatre started a ripple effect throughout society,  The winner of two tickets to “Controlled Damage – The Viola Desmond Story” is Jeff Whyte, UTE 80003.