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  • At a time when good pensions are slipping further and further out of reach, shouldn’t the government and employers be building back retirement security for hard working Canadians? Join us in standing up against attempts by employers and the federal government to strip workers of secure pensions.

  • As work to stabilize Phoenix continues, PSAC members are still suffering its fallout. Endless payroll problems place a heavy burden on families. Because of Phoenix, many workers have endured the pain of being unable to provide for their loved ones. Our job is to support our members and to get them the help they need.

  • We’re done waiting for Justin Trudeau to deliver a fair deal at the bargaining table and compensate Canada’s public service workers for the Phoenix pay disaster.

    With a minority government and new Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos, let's send a clear message to the government.

  • Important information about the 8th Triennial Prairie Region Convention will be held in Regina, Saskatchewan June 12-14, 2020.

PSAC Prairies on Twitter

  • RT : After nearly three weeks at the bargaining table, Canada’s largest federal public service union late Thursday night… https://t.co/XF97wQ1jqD 1 day 2 hours ago
  • FYI! Negotiations for nearly 30,000 PSAC-UTE members at the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will resume July 14. https://t.co/mSds2YbaFF 1 day 9 hours ago
  • RT : A victory for federal public service workers who have gone above and beyond to support Canadians during this pandem… https://t.co/jEtSk02Ble 1 day 13 hours ago
  • 😧 https://t.co/rzCg2MsJXl 1 day 13 hours ago
  • RT : Gil McGowan called the bill unconstitutional. “We will fight on the political stage, we will fight in the courts, a… https://t.co/KEOTkKDznM 1 day 13 hours ago

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