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30 September 2020
What is a pension? How do pensions work? A pension is income received in retirement. Over the course of your working life, both you and your employer make contributions to your pension.
25 September 2020
In 2020, we awarded 57 scholarships worth a total of $86,500. To date, we’ve awarded $968,500 in scholarships to 506 students. Thank you to the constituent bodies who funded scholarships in honour of PIPSC's 100th anniversary. Congratulations to all our laureates.
14 September 2020
Xiaolan Wang is a climate scientist for Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) who has worked all over the world in climatology.
9 September 2020
The PIPSC Black Caucus is seeking volunteers to join the leadership team. This is your opportunity to lead and implement policies and programs that support PIPSC’s Black members.
8 September 2020
PIPSC President, Debi Daviau has reached out to all political leaders in New Brunswick to clarify their positions on issues that matter most to our members.
2 September 2020
The Women in Science project team at PIPSC developed infographics depicting the general maternity, parental and family care leave entitlements, and return to work rights, available to federal public sector employees.
27 August 2020
The Public Service Disability Insurance Plan will temporarily accept electronic forms and signatures for claims.
25 August 2020
On August 19, 2020, we sent a letter to Minister Anand demanding a stop to the office conversion process until COVID-related health issues have been eradicated from federal workplaces.