Leadership

June 25, 2015
PSAC is proud of the victories we have achieved for our GLBT members  through collective bargaining, litigation and mobilization. Truly, PSAC Works for GLBT Rights. 
June 25, 2014
PSAC is a proud ally in the struggle for the advancement of the human rights of gay and lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in Canada. Eradicating homophobia and transphobia in the workplace and bargaining and lobbying for the full protection of our GLBT members’ human rights are ongoing priorities for the PSAC. The current, concerted attacks on unions undermine the struggle for human rights. Together, we can work to fend off such attacks by championing the many victories we’ve gained for our members.
June 10, 2014
Jack Bourassa was elected Regional Executive Vice-President for the North at the regional convention in Whitehorse June 6-9, 2014. An active PSAC member since 1999, Jack has also served on the YEU Executive Committee….
May 15, 2014
Recipient lists, guidelines and nomination forms for PSAC's lifetime membership, award of merit and long service awards.
May 12, 2014
On May 5, 2000, Nycole Turmel became the first woman in PSAC’s history to be elected National President.
May 12, 2014
John Gordon was first elected National President on May 5, 2006 at the PSAC's 14th National Triennial Convention. He had been the union’s National Executive Vice-President from 2000 until his election.
May 12, 2014
On July 21, 1985, Daryl Bean was elected PSAC National President, the first of five terms in the position. He retired in 2000.
May 2, 2014
Pierre Samson was elected PSAC National President on April 23, 1982. Just eight months earlier in August 1981, he had been elected National President of the Canada Employment and Immigration Union (CEIU).
May 2, 2014
Andy Stewart became the PSAC’s National President at its Fourth Triennial Convention in 1976. He had served as the National President of the Agriculture Component from 1967 until his election as PSAC Third Executive Vice-President in 1970.
May 1, 2014
Claude Edwards was elected the first National President of the Public Service Alliance of Canada in 1966 at the union’s founding convention.

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