PSAC

Rise in Pride with PSAC!

June is Pride month and a time to celebrate how far we’ve come in achieving LGBTQ2+ rights in the workplace and in our communities. It is also a time to reflect and strengthen our resolve to fight back against injustices at home and abroad. End...

Asian Heritage Month: Terri’s story

Terri Lee first got involved with the union through her workplace health and safety committee and received some union education. Not long after, she became president of her local and was running her first strike during the 1991 PSAC strike, the largest...

Negotiations resume for Parks Canada members today

Today, PSAC’s Parks bargaining team will be returning to Ottawa to negotiate with Parks Canada representatives. Meetings will take place over three days from May 28 to 30. Last time, PSAC’s Parks negotiating team saw some movement at the...

Asian Heritage Month: Anne Marie's story

Ann Marie KuarSingh is the Ontario Region Representative for LGBTQ2+ members. She has been working towards empowering LGBTQ2+ members through the refresh and expansion of the Pride membership network.  Her goals include establishing a...

Show your support for bargaining!

The latest issue of Our Union Voice, PSAC’s triannual publication that is mailed to every member’s household, includes a tear-away poster on the back in support of bargaining. Show your support for your PSAC bargaining team and make...

PSAC urges passage of new Accessibility Act

While there is room for improvement, PSAC has reiterated its support for the government’s Bill C-81, the Accessible Canada Act. Once C-81 is passed, the government will have the authority to work with stakeholders and Canadians with...

Parks Canada: Negotiations progress gradually

This week, negotiations continued towards securing a new collective agreement for over 4,000 Parks Canada members. Bargaining teams from both sides met in Ottawa from April 30 to May 2. PSAC’s Parks negotiating team saw some movement at the...

One is too many: No one should die on the job

Who’s counting? April 28 is the National Day of Mourning when we remember those who have lost their lives or suffered injury and illness because of their work. Every day there are opportunities to prevent workplace injury and death, but we...

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