The government’s legislation to implement their fall economic statement contains welcome measures to provide financial relief to post-secondary students and to begin addressing Canada’s housing cri
The PSAC Education Program is excited to release a new online course – Understanding your Collective Agreement.
Our PSAC education team is excited to offer two new ways of learning about grievances and grievance handling.
Post-doctoral scholars from PSAC locals across Canada came together to share why unions are so important for workers in the post-secondary education sector.
PSAC congratulates the winners of this year’s scholarship awards!
Canada needs a government that will reduce precarious employment, increase research funding, and invest in education for all. Pledge to vote for a candidate that will maintain a high-quality, affordable, and accessible post-secondary education system.
The federal government must show they have learned the most important lesson of this pandemic in their 2021 budget – it is time to make real, lasting, and systemic change that will improve the lives of workers.
For the first time in PSAC’s history, our union’s regional conventions are taking place virtually, and we’re now offering an online course to help members prepare.
Federal and provincial governments need to step up to fix serious issues in post-secondary education (PSE), says a new report
In our submission to the Ministry of Finance’s consultation on the 2021 Budget, the Public Service Alliance of Canada made recommendations that the Government of Canada put in place programs and in
PSAC is thrilled to offer members a new way of accessing our education program. In response to the global pandemic, PSAC su
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