Letter to National Executive

At the November General Meeting, members discussed what they wanted to tell the National Executive of CEIU about how to deal with Phoenix.  After the meeting, a few of us drafted a letter with the points made and I’ve emailed it to the National Executive.  I will add their response when I get it. Here […]

Summary of General Meeting

A General Meeting was held on November 30th 2017 with 25 members (2 via teleconference) plus a half dozen guests attending.  Thanks to all those who came out and helped make it successful.  Special thanks to Wendy Tennant and Shannon Spink for organizing the food, Rebecca Nava for doing the minutes, and Doreen Dixon and […]

IRB Members – next steps

After holding lunch time meetings at both the Queen’s Plate and Downtown IRB locations, an overwhelming majority of members that attended those events and those that made their opinion known via email support leaving 613 for a Local that represents all of the IRB members at those two locations. For those that did not attend […]

ESDC email re: Phoenix

ESDC employees received an update from Public Works (operators of Phoenix) regarding tax time and Phoenix.  Personally I haven’t received this information from my management, so I’m assuming that no one else has either.   The links are meant for the intranet, so you’ll have to look at them at work or through Secure Remote […]

Useful Links for Phoenix Issues

Compiled here are some links that we thought would be useful if you are having/think you will be having issues with the Phoenix pay system. Frequently asked questions (a good place to start if you’re having trouble) Pay issues could lead to income tax issues.  The Canada Revenue Agency has a dedicated info for government employees […]

Office Moves

A number of offices are set to move over the next few years.  Here is what has been learned at recent meetings between the Local and management at each office (these meetings are called LUMCCs or LMCCs). Citizenship – What we know so far is the Citizenship at St. Clair will be co-located with Citizenship from […]