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April 3, 2019 - 11:51am •
April 1, 2019 - 10:46am •
With a low GDP to debt ratio, and a manageable deficit, this government had the opportunity to invest in making life better for everyone. While there are some initiatives that we applaud, so much more could have, and should have been done. Here are some highlights:
March 20, 2019 - 3:43pm •
Media Advisory: After three years of Phoenix, Federal government workers in Victoria rally, call on Prime Minister to move quickly at the bargaining table and to do more to solve pay problems Victoria – On March 22, just over three years after the roll out of the disastrous Phoenix payroll system, union members in Victoria are rallying to remind the Prime Minister that time is running out to make good on his commitment to support public service workers and the vital services they provide.
March 20, 2019 - 11:21am •
PSAC welcomes the new funding commitments made in today’s budget to address the Phoenix pay disaster, but they fall significantly short of what is required to end the pay nightmares of Canada’s federal public service workers.
February 26, 2019 - 11:39am •
Three years into the Phoenix pay system disaster, the recent Public Service Employee Survey confirms the massive impact it has had on hundreds of thousands of workers, and the large scale of problems that remain.
February 5, 2019 - 3:08pm •
PSAC BC was recently CC'd on a letter from a member working at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to Jonathan Wilkinson, her Member of Parliament in North Vancouver. We are sharing it here with her permission. An Open Letter to J. Wilkinson, MP and the Liberal Party of Canada Dear Mr. Wilkinson, Thank you for your reply to my recent complaint regarding the Phoenix Pay system. You may recall meeting with me along with Jamey Mills, REVP for BC, PSAC to discuss this debacle about two years ago.
January 15, 2019 - 11:31am •
Public service workers scored a major victory today after years of pressure from PSAC and its membership. The government of Canada has finally proposed tax legislation to fix a major part of the Phoenix pay system fallout.


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