Women's rights

Child care in Canada is expensive and hard to find. The federal government says $160 a month should make a difference. These parents say it will barely make an impact.

Public investment in a national child care system pays for itself, creating a more equal society and a more sustainable economy.

Imagine a universal, affordable child care system that makes sense for families and benefits our economy. As Jeremy says in this video, “I don’t see a down side.”

Child care

A family plays together outside under a tree

Canada provides less quality child care than any other industrialized country. PSAC is part of an effort called Rethink Child Care to get all parties to commit to quality public child care in the 2015 federal election. You can help. Join the conversation

Pay equity

Pay equity logo and link

Women's effort to win pay equity has spanned generations of federal government employees and continues today. More

Violence against women

Sisters in spirit vigil

PSAC works within the labour movement, and with women's advocacy and academic groups to help victims of domestic violence and develop a national action plan against violence against women, whether at home, in the streets or at work.