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The Union of Postal Communications Employees (UPCE) Local 80823 is comprised of 14 members who work for Canada Post Corporation – National Philatelic Centre in Antigonish Nova Scotia.  The National Philatelic Centre (NPC) opened in 1984 and at the time, employed approximately 120 workers.  At the opening of the NPC and until 2011, the center was the ONLY Philatelic Centre in Canada, and the members provided customer service support to Philatelists who are collectors or studiers of postage stamps that are issued by Canada Post.

No words can describe how we feel following the tragedy that took place in Fredericton on August 10. We represent many workers that place their lives at risk every day in order to protect Canadians. We offer our most sincere sympathies to all that have been impacted by this tragedy and we vow to continue to work towards a safer Canada.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited PEI this week.  PSAC members showed up with their Burnt By Phoenix signs to remind him that his government should take all measures necessary until federal public service workers get paid correctly and on time, every time.

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PSAC members took part in Scott Brison's annual BBQ. They took this opportunity to discuss Phoenix, bargaining with Treasury Board and the need to protect public service jobs.

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