Active members

October 2, 2017
In November 2016, the Nunavut Employees Union signed an agreement with the Nunavut Government that includes a MOU that the employer shall contribute one cent (1¢) per worker per hours worked towards Social Justice Fund initiatives in Nunavut.
September 25, 2017
Our bargaining team met with the employer in Ottawa from September 19 to 22, 2017. Although progress is slow, the parties worked hard this week on all outstanding issues at the table and agreed to focus on priority areas. We are encouraged by the fact that the Employer removed the serious concessions that had been previously tabled under “Agency Transformation / Building For the Future”.
September 25, 2017
Covered organizations and members / Membres et organisations visés Treasury Board / Conseil du Trésor Canada Revenue Agency / Agence du revenu du Canada Parks Canada Agency/Agence Parcs Canada Statistical Survey Operations / Opérations des enquêtes statistiques Office of the Auditor General / Bureau du Vérificateur général Canadian Security Intelligence Service / Service canadien du renseignement de sécurité Canadian Food Inspection Agency / Agence canadienne d’inspection des aliments
September 14, 2017
Our bargaining team will resume negotiations with the employer in Ottawa from September 19 to 22. The Union Team is committed to reaching a fair renewal of the collective agreement and we hope the employer is prepared to resolve all outstanding issues. Stay informed and get involved Our bargaining team will keep you informed throughout this process. To stay informed and get involved:
July 27, 2017
13.Child care: making it a reality Child care is the ramp to women’s equality. PSAC sisters were instrumental in making child care an election issue. Now we have to ensure that the federal government and the provincial and territorial governments make this a reality. This workshop will provide hands-on tools and training for effective lobbying and help participants develop convincing arguments. Together, we can transform our vision for child care into a reality for all families, in all communities across the country.
July 26, 2017
1.Organizing an effective movement To bring about effective change, racially visible members need to be engaged and involved in their workplaces, unions and communities. This workshop will provide tools to motivate our members to work with community activists and take action on issues that affect our communities. Handouts
July 26, 2017
9.What’s in a name? Words have been used to shame us and to marginalize us. And words are now used to reclaim our experiences, and make our reality visible. Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, Two-Spirited, intersex:  this workshop will explore how participants identify and why. Different generations have claimed different names: together we will explore our shared history and discuss our common ground. Handouts
July 26, 2017
17.Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s calls to action In this workshop participants will learn and discuss the TRC final report and make decisions on which of the 94 recommendations they wish to prioritize. Participants will then build strategies for implementation. Handouts
April 26, 2017
We want you to know that PSAC has been doing everything in its power to ensure that  you get paid correctly and on-time and address problems caused by Phoenix. 
April 25, 2017
The application process for the 2017 PSAC Scholarship Program is now open. The program consists of 14 scholarships for dependent children of PSAC members and 3 scholarships for PSAC members who will be attending university, college or a recognized institute of higher learning on a full-time basis. Applications are due June 23, 2017 and scholarships will be granted in the fall for the 2017-2018 academic year.  

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