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14 November 2017
The Phoenix pay system needs to be replaced with a new system that works built by the government's own IT professionals, says the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC), which represents over 50,000 federal government employees.
10 November 2017
The Institute applauds the introduction earlier this week of Bill C-65, the federal government’s long-awaited legislation addressing workplace harassment and violence. For years, PIPSC advocated for the government to recognize and tackle this issue of critical importance to Canadians everywhere.
10 November 2017
Attention News/Assignment Editors: Media Advisory For immediate release PIPSC President Debi Daviau to Issue Statement on Phoenix, the Federal Government’s Troubled Pay System
8 November 2017
  On behalf of its members and staff, the Institute is proud to honour all Canadians who served during the various wars in which our great nation participated.
8 November 2017
Canadians should not have to worry about their retirement. But actions taken by the federal government raise questions about its commitment to enhancing retirement security for Canadians – a key promise in the last federal election.
3 November 2017
We have received several inquiries about the impact of the Phoenix pay system on retroactive pay for members who signed new collective agreements this year.
2 November 2017
Over the past year, PIPSC has taken many actions to oppose Bill C-27, which would allow federally regulated employers to convert secure defined-benefit pensions into target benefit plans.
31 October 2017
"Reducing nurses at Deer Lodge ‘dangerous’: union" published in the Winnipeg Sun on October 30, 2017