Over 700 workers employed by Swissport at Pearson Airport walked off the job on July 27, 2017.
August 4, 2017
More than 400 members from the Slots at Woodbine ratified a new collective agreement in a vote held August 3, 2017. The workers had been locked out by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation for nearly three weeks, during which time pickets were held at the Woodbine site seven days a week for over 12 hours a day. “The courage and commitment of these members cannot be overstated,” said Sharon DeSousa, Regional Executive Vice President for the PSAC Ontario Region. “They fought hard for a fair contract and stood together during an extremely difficult time.”
November 22, 2016
Forty-seven workers at the Blue Water Bridge in Ontario walked off the job on November 21 after their employer, the Federal Bridge Corporation Limited (FBCL), walked away from the bargaining table. The workers include toll collectors, cleaners, maintenance workers and currency exchange cashiers. FCBL is a Crown corporation based in Ottawa and reports to Liberal Transport Minister Marc Garneau.
July 21, 2016
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
July 15, 2016
PSAC members of the Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service (NAPS local 00401) voted and returned an overwhelming strike mandate
July 21, 2015
On July 16, 2015, PSAC won an arbitral award for its members who are officers employed by the Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service (NAPS). NAPS officers provide culturally-sensitive policing services in 35 First Nation communities, covering two-thirds of Ontario, from Thunder Bay to Hudson’s Bay. NAPS is the largest First Nations police service in Canada and the second largest in North America.
June 9, 2014
PSAC Ontario members re-elected Sharon DeSousa as REVP for Ontario on May 28, 2017. Sharon was first elected in May of 2011 to represent PSAC 30,000 members in the province. Desousa is the first racially visible member elected to the Alliance Executive Committee in PSAC's history.