We encourage our members and all public service workers to take action
This morning, PSAC, in collaboration with MPP Gilles Bisson and a Nishnawbe-Aski police service member, called on the federal and provincial governments to fund First Nations policing adequately and equitably
The government must let public service employees know immediately about what personal information has been shared and how they can take steps to protect their identities
The #ThirstyforJustice campaign video was developed in collaboration with an award-winning documentary filmmaker and focuses on the community of Grassy Narrows.
The river water has been contaminated by mercury for over 40 years and the tap water is not safe to drink. Grassy Narrows is only one of more than 100 First Nations communities that do not have access to safe water for drinking, cooking and bathing.