PSAC is launching a national television ad campaign to highlight the dedication of public...

Too many Canadians are splitting pills or skipping days to stretch out their prescriptions. It's...

Burnt by Phoenix

PSAC’s top priority is to ensure that our hard working members get the support they need.

PSAC has launched a national campaign to highlight the remarkable commitment of federal public...

They fight through fires. They shouldn’t have to fight for a fair pension. 

For several years, the Phoenix payroll system has been incorrectly collecting membership dues from nearly 150,000 members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada.

PSAC is launching a national television ad campaign to highlight the dedication of public service workers throughout the Phoenix pay system disaster, which has now been going on for two and a half years.

Too many Canadians are splitting pills or skipping days to stretch out their prescriptions. It's time for a universal prescription drug plan.

Burnt by Phoenix

PSAC’s top priority is to ensure that our hard working members get the support they need.

PSAC has launched a national campaign to highlight the remarkable commitment of federal public service workers who continue to provide critical services to Canadians, despite more than two years of Phoenix pay problems.

They fight through fires. They shouldn’t have to fight for a fair pension. 

Members get discounts on: Enhanced life insurance from Coughlin, AGR home and auto insurance, wireless service, credit cards, hotels and travel. Log in or sign up for an account to update your contact information.

If you’re a PSAC member, most of your rights are set out in a collective agreement - a contract - negotiated between the union and your employer.

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