In national and international press coverage, words used to describe sexual harassment in Canada’s military include: “crisis,” “scourge,” and “broken.”
The external review into Canada’s military released this week highlights the sheer magnitude of systemic violence and harass
This week, PSAC put forward comprehensive recommendations to improve the Employment Equity Act (EEA) for workers in federally regulated workplaces to the task force in charge of the legislative rev
It’s been 20 years since the federal government officially recognized Asian Heritage Month, but Asian and Asian-Canadian workers have been contributing their labour – and organizing for workers’ rights – for at least 200 years before that.
With the Independent External Comprehensive Review of the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces expected to be released next month, PSAC and the Union of National Defence Employees (UNDE) are expecting that the report and its recommendations will provide yet another urgently needed push towards concrete change and accountability in Canada’s military.
March 21 marks International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. PSAC is committed to fighting racism and promoting employment equity in the workplaces we represent, within our own union, and in our communities.
The class action lawsuit against the federal government by current and former Black employees has reached another milestone with certification hearing dates set for September 21-23, 2022.
PSAC and the Canada Employment and Immigration Union are dismayed by the lack of action to address racism and discrimination within Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
We invite all PSAC members to complete this brief online survey. Information provided will be used for PSAC analysis and for our submission to the Employment Equity Act taskforce.