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Outsiders must oversee cultural change at Edmonton Institution

While Correctional Service Canada’s recent actions are a step in the right direction, the problems at Edmonton Maximum Security Institution go well beyond a few bad apples. The egregious abuse of power by a small group of employees has gone unchecked by Corrections for decades.

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Pilot project launched at CSC to fix Phoenix

A new Payroll Unit comprised of 22 Pay Advisors that has been set up at the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) is offering hope to many public servants and has already led to the processing of dozens of files.

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Next steps for RCMP civilian members

The deeming of RCMP civilian members (CMs) has been delayed, but PSAC and USJE are still working hard to ensure CMs receive the full benefits of union membership until they officially join the federal public service.

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Deeming of RCMP civilian members postponed

Acting Commissioner of the RCMP Daniel Dubeau announced on November 27 that the deeming of RCMP civilian members into the federal public service and the transfer to the Phoenix pay system has been put on hold until further notice.

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Delay transfer of RCMP Civilian Members to Phoenix

Nearly 4,000 RCMP civilian members (CMs) are slated to be deemed into the federal public service April 26, 2018. However, the Public Service Alliance of Canada strongly urges the Liberal government to avoid transferring the CMs to the troubled Phoenix pay system.

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It is with great sadness…

It is with great sadness that we share with you that our dear friend and colleague, Diane Leduc-Doran, who worked at USGE National Office, passed away yesterday, November 20th.

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