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Posted by Greg Hawes <hawes@SEDSystems.ca> on Mon, 26 Mar 2001 16:06:35 -0600 (CST)
26 March 2001
Ottawa -The Honourable Art Eggleton, Minister of National
Defence, today announced a 2.5 per cent pay increase
effective April 1, 2001 for non-commissioned members,
general service officers and pilots Lieutenant-Colonel and
below as well as certain medical and dental officers
Second Lieutenant and Lieutenant. In addition to this
increase for 2001, many Canadian Forces CF members will
also receive retroactive adjustments to 1999, bringing
military pay on par with public service salaries.
"This Government is committed to ensuring that Canadian
Forces personnel continue to receive pay and benefits that
recognize the uniqueness of military service and improve
their quality of life for them and their families," said
Mr. Eggleton. "The Government is also ensuring that our
personnel receive pay and benefits comparable to members of
the Public Service."
In order to bring salaries in line with those of the
private sector, medical and dental officers will receive
an 8.86 per cent increase. These increases, resulting from
an independent study, benchmark these officers to the
private sector and should assist in attracting and
retaining medical and dental expertise.
Fiscal year 2001/02 pay improvements for officers above
the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel are not known at this time
and will be announced in due course.
CF members can expect to see the effect of these
improvements in their mid-April pay.
The most recent pay and allowance increases are available
on DND/CF‘s internet website at
http://www.dnd.ca/hr/dppd/engraph/home_e.asp

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Posted by Greg Hawes <hawes@SEDSystems.ca> on Tue, 27 Mar 2001 11:34:40 -0600 (CST)
More pay for CF members
NR-01.017 26 March 2001
Ottawa -The Honourable Art Eggleton, Minister of National
Defence, today announced a 2.5 per cent pay increase
effective April 1, 2001 for non-commissioned members,
general service officers and pilots Lieutenant-Colonel and
below as well as certain medical and dental officers
Second Lieutenant and Lieutenant. In addition to this
increase for 2001, many Canadian Forces CF members will
also receive retroactive adjustments to 1999, bringing
military pay on par with public service salaries.
"This Government is committed to ensuring that Canadian
Forces personnel continue to receive pay and benefits that
recognize the uniqueness of military service and improve
their quality of life for them and their families," said
Mr. Eggleton. "The Government is also ensuring that our
personnel receive pay and benefits comparable to members of
the Public Service."
In order to bring salaries in line with those of the
private sector, medical and dental officers will receive
an 8.86 per cent increase. These increases, resulting from
an independent study, benchmark these officers to the
private sector and should assist in attracting and
retaining medical and dental expertise.
Fiscal year 2001/02 pay improvements for officers above the
rank of Lieutenant-Colonel are not known at this time and
will be announced in due course.
CF members can expect to see the effect of these
improvements in their mid-April pay.
The most recent pay and allowance increases are available
on DND/CF‘s internet website at
http://www.dnd.ca/hr/dppd/engraph/home_e.asp
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