PSAC members have gathered at regional conventions across the country over the past two months to chart the path forward for our regions and elect PSAC’s Regional Executive Vice-Presidents, who sit on the Alliance Executive Committee and give a national voice to members.
National Capital Region
May 17, 2021
Delegates elected Alex Silas as Regional Executive Vice-President at the 2021 PSAC NCR Regional Triennial Convention. Delegates also elected Chantal Fortin as Alternate Regional Executive Vice-President, and Diane Girouard as Treasurer.
April 13, 2021
March 13, 2020
As noted yesterday, in keeping with recommendations from both local and national health authorities regarding COVID-19, the union has made the difficult decision to suspend activities that would require a large gathering of members. The following PSAC Regional Conventions will be postponed and efforts made to reschedule at a future date:
February 19, 2020
PSAC's Racially Visible Action Committee (RVAC) helped Sandra cope with the harassment and discrimination she was experiencing in the workplace. Sandra vowed that when this battle was over, she would dedicate her life to helping employees by promoting and campaigning for the rights and freedoms that workers are entitled to.
May 21, 2019
In partnership with the Public Service Alliance of Canada, economist Robin Shaban has released a report on the government’s planned privatization of a major heating-cooling plants in the National Capital Region (NCR).
November 27, 2018
While the Ford government is backing away from its decision to abolish the Office of the French Language Services Commissioner, the Public Service Alliance of Canada believes that the reversal should also include the government’s plans to scrap the creation of a Francophone university. This change in direction comes a few days after the Ontario government announced cuts to Ontario's Francophone institutions, causing dismay across the country.
October 1, 2018
We live, work, and play in the National Capital Region. We expect to be safe. Several government heating plants provide heat through miles and miles of tunnels, that are under our feet right now, to nearly 100 buildings in the area. The federal government wants corporations that are only looking to turn a profit – including those with a reputation of corruption and mismanagement – to take over those heating plants. This is reckless and could threaten your safety.