Violence

December 2, 2022
On December 6, the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, we remember the 14 women whose lives were stolen at the École Polytechnique in Montreal. And though it was 33 years ago, we still see a shocking lack of protection for the woman who is killed by her intimate partner every six days in Canada or the Indigenous women who are killed at a rate of nearly seven times that of non-Indigenous women.   
July 29, 2022
To offer concrete help and support, PSAC is proud to release an updated version of the Violence and Harassment Toolkit: A guide for PSAC locals and members.  
July 29, 2022
Glossary
July 28, 2022
Understanding violence and harassment
July 28, 2022
What is a workers’ compensation claim?
July 28, 2022
Steps for locals to prevent, respond and support 
July 28, 2022
Can work be safe when home isn’t? 
July 28, 2022
What is workplace violence and harassment? 
July 11, 2022
In national and international press coverage, words used to describe sexual harassment in Canada’s military include: “crisis,” “scourge,” and “broken.”
June 1, 2022
The external review into Canada’s military released this week highlights the sheer magnitude of systemic violence and harassment which has impacted thousands of workers of the Canadian Armed Forces and PSAC civilian members at the Department of National Defence (DND). 

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