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Members of PSAC’s Parks bargaining team met in Ottawa from July 22-24 to discuss key issues and finalize the package of demands in preparation for negotiations with the employer.
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Conservative government continuing shortsighted cuts in St. John’s NL
July 24, 2014
ST. JOHN’S, NL – The department of National Defence served six work force adjustment letters to employees who work at CFS St. John’s in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
K’JIPUKTUK (Halifax) -- The panel reviewing hydraulic fracturing in Nova Scotia has completed seven community information sessions to date across the province. During this review, the Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association and the Native Council of Nova Scotia have announced official opposition to fracking. Dr. Wheeler has been clear that much is still unknown about the risks and benefits to Nova Scotians. Given that:
As you know, the next federal election will be held on October 19, 2015. On the 19th of every month, we are asking our members to be creative in highlighting the number 19 such as: standing outside your workplace for 19 minutes, wearing a piece of clothing with the number 19 or coming up with the 19 best ways of getting rid of the Harper Conservative government.
All events will be held, rain or shine!
Tuesday May 20: Pictures of the event
The Parliamentary Budget Officer released a new report today, concluding that it costs almost nothing extra to pay sick leave to federal civil servants. This is because most departments don't have policies in place to backfill for sick leave.
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