Our union has many Indigenous members and values meaningful reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous peoples. Following this convention, PSAC will develop, deliver, and properly fund ongoing Indigenous awareness training.
Chris Aylward was elected National President of the Public Service Alliance of Canada, and Magali Picard as the new National Executive Vice-President, at the union’s national convention in Toronto.
A growing number of our members are employed in atypical and precarious jobs that lack stability, regular scheduling, and provide substandard or no benefits and pensions.
PSAC’s convention unanimously delivered a strong message to the federal government: it must be held accountable for the profound and unacceptable injustices its employees have been subjected to as
Delegates focused their attention on proposed changes to PSAC’s Constitution which governs the overall functioning of the union. The following amendments were made:
Convention delegates voted overwhelmingly to adopt the union’s 2019-2021 budget. The budget had been recommended unanimously by the convention’s finance committee.
Reconciliation for Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples is about respect, an understanding of the truth and a commitment to change, affirmed Senator Murray Sinclair in his powerful and moving address to the
Canadian Labour Congress president Hassan Yussuff called on convention delegates and all PSAC members to join the campaign to make a national pharmacare plan a reality.
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Chris Aylward, National President