PSAC

Will 2019 be your year to win?

Once again, this year AGR wants to reward its clients with a special contest. All PSAC members who are AGR clients are automatically entered in a draw to win one of three Ipad Air tablets. They can increase their chances by referring other members...

Pride month: Jennifer's story

Jennifer Jeaurond has been employed with the federal government working in the areas of policy, law and regulation for the past 15 years. She is the vice-chair of the PSAC Pride Committee for the National Capital Region. Jennifer passionately serves...

PSAC remembers Sandra Lockhart

If you knew Sandra Lockhart, you would already have a sense of the thoughts that will be presented on this page. You would know that one of the first things that comes to mind when bringing her memory forward is the courage and strength that she...

Pride month: Toufic's story

Toufic El Daher has an exceptional track record as a union activist and continues to fight for social justice in the workplace and in the community.  Toufic is the National Executive Vice-President of the Union of Veterans’ Affairs...

Pride month: Nia's story

Nia Gillies is a proud labour and trans activist and is the current PSAC B.C. Pride Co-ordinator. She is also the PSAC Vancouver Island Human Rights President and sits on the Canada Employment and Immigration Union (CEIU) component’s B.C. Human...

Pride month: Wayne's story

Wayne Kelley is the Director for LGBTQ2+ members on the PSAC Atlantic Regional Council, where he works tirelessly and proudly to advocate for LGBTQ2+ members’ rights.  He was born in Windsor, Nova Scotia, and completed a two-year program...

Pride month: David's story

David Carr’s union involvement dates back to 1978, where he worked for the City of Toronto and was an active member of CUPE. He had the opportunity to be part of the bargaining team and provided a much-needed equity lens during negotiations. David...

New video highlights risks of privatization

Working together, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and its component union, the Union of Canadian Transportation Employees (UCTE), have produced a video to highlight the negative outcomes of the full-scale privatization of critical...

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