Applications due June 23, 2017
PSAC is facing a most difficult time. Our jobs and services endure daily attacks by the Conservative government. We need to protect union rights and strengthen solidarity.
Valcartier, Montréal and St. Jean, and Bagotville Non-Public Funds bargaining units in the Québec region will proceed to a Public Interest Commission (PIC) August 21-25. This is the first time that a PIC will hear three NPF bargaining units together. We expect that the outcome of these hearings to have a ripple effect on other NPF bargaining units.
After holding the line for more than four months, and with solidarity pouring in from across the country, thirteen members working at the Iqaluit Housing Authority have ratified their new collective agreement.
Although no slave ship docked on Canadian shores, the transatlantic slave trade and other forms of enslavement existed in Canada for more than 200 years. Today, we reflect on the devastating history of slavery and the legacy of racism that Black, Caribbean, and people of African descent and Indigenous people, particularly women, continue to experience today.
PSAC strongly condemns ongoing inaction on the part of Manitoba government leaders and the City of Winnipeg. The refusal to search for three Indigenous women in the Prairie Green Landfill is proof of ongoing colonization and erasure of Indigenous women. We expect better from governments at all levels.
Before rising for the summer, a government bill to establish a national framework for the prevention and treatment of cancers linked t
These short videos highlight the absurdity of the current situation faced by families in Canada. As it stands now, the majority of parents must rely on a patchwork of largely unregulated childcare, with no guarantee of quality. Sign the petition calling for action from the Trudeau government »