As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grow, our lives will change significantly. For many, that means being on the front lines of mitigating the spread and impact of the virus, or juggling childcare and work so you can continue providing important services to Canadians from your workplace or home. And for too many, it means the prospect of layoffs or reduced income as institutions like universities and businesses wind down.
Through it all, your union is working tirelessly to protect your health and safety, and get you the support you need.
Below, you will find information to support you at work and at home, as well as our key updates. To get the latest news and reaction from all corners of the union, please follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
And please continue to contact us here for support.
May 22, 2020
Pandemic won’t stop PSAC members with the Anishinabek Police Service from going above and beyondPandemic won’t stop PSAC members with the Anishinabek Police Service from going above and beyond
May 8, 2020
National President, Executive Vice-President to host telephone town hallsNational President, Executive Vice-President to host telephone town halls
April 30, 2020
COVID-19: Human rights resourcesCOVID-19: Human rights resources
April 30, 2020
PSAC postpones all national and regional conventions due to COVID-19PSAC postpones all national and regional conventions due to COVID-19
April 29, 2020
PSAC post-doctoral researchers developing COVID-19 vaccinePSAC post-doctoral researchers developing COVID-19 vaccine
April 27, 2020
National Day of Mourning: PSAC honours workers on the front lines of COVID-19National Day of Mourning: PSAC honours workers on the front lines of COVID-19