We've been here for Canada. 


We've continued to deliver critical public services millions of people rely on every day. Now, the government needs to be there for us.

Over 165,000 federal public service workers have been without a contract for more than a year as costs skyrocket and our wages are stuck in neutral.

Our bills can’t wait. Inclusive workplaces can’t wait. Good, secure jobs can’t wait.  And neither can we.

How to register to vote


PSAC is using an online voting platform to securely manage the strike vote process. If you already received an email with your login information, please use those credentials to register to vote. If you didn’t receive an email, your contact information needs to be updated before you can vote.

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Login or create an account on PSAC’s member portal to update your personal email and phone number to receive your voting credentials. We cannot use employer emails for union business. You can create your account using your last name and PSAC ID.

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If you are not able to create your account, don’t know your PSAC ID, or haven’t received your credentials, please contact your PSAC regional office.

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Once your contact information is updated, you will receive your voting credentials in 72 hours by email from communications@psac-afpc.vote. If you don't have a personal email on file, you'll receive your voting credentials by regular mail.

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You can now log into the voting platform to register for the strike information session that works best for you. You'll be sent a reminder to log in to attend your mandatory strike vote information session, and then you'll be able to vote.

Strike vote sessions


The federal government has made it clear they’re not prepared to step up to protect workers from the rising cost of living and help build safer, more inclusive workplaces.

We deserve better. Register today for strike vote sessions across the country. Together, we’ll take a stand for all workers.

**Additional strike vote sessions will be added as they become available.**

National virtual sessions

All virtual sessions are national votes and you can register for the option that works best for you. 

  • February 27 | 12 p.m. EST | Virtual - French | Register
  • March 9 | 7 p.m. EST | Virtual - French | Register
  • March 16 | 5 p.m. EDT | Virtual - French | Register
  • March 17 | 12 p.m. MDT | Virtual - English | Register
  • March 20 | 5 p.m. EDT | Virtual - English | Register
  • March 20 | 12 p.m. PDT | Virtual - English | Register
  • March 20 | 6 p.m. MDT | Virtual - English | Register
  • March 21 | 12 p.m. CDT | Virtual - English | Register
  • March 22 | 7 p.m. CDT | Virtual - English | Register
  • March 23 | 7 p.m. ADT | Virtual - English | Register
  • March 23 | 7 p.m. EDT | Virtual - English | Register
  • March 27 | 6 p.m. ADT | Virtual - French | Register
  • March 30 | 12 p.m. EDT | Virtual - English | Register
  • April 3 | 6 p.m. PDT | Virtual - English | Register
  • April 4 | 12 p.m. ADT | Virtual - French | Register
  • April 5 | 12 p.m. ADT | Virtual - English | Register
Atlantic

Dates and times for in-person vote sessions will be added as they're confirmed. If your city doesn't appear on this list, or you're not able to attend an in-person session, please register for a virtual session.

  • Charlottetown
  • Halifax
  • Moncton
  • St. John’s
British Columbia

Dates and times for in-person vote sessions will be added as they're confirmed. If your city doesn't appear on this list, or you're not able to attend an in-person session, please register for a virtual session.

  • Surrey
  • Vancouver
  • Victoria
National Capital Region

Dates and times for in-person vote sessions will be added as they're confirmed. If your city doesn't appear on this list, or you're not able to attend an in-person session, please register for a virtual session.

  • Gatineau
  • Ottawa
Ontario

Dates and times for in-person vote sessions will be added as they're confirmed. If your city doesn't appear on this list, or you're not able to attend an in-person session, please register for a virtual session.

  • Kingston
  • London
  • Toronto
Prairies

Dates and times for in-person vote sessions will be added as they're confirmed. If your city doesn't appear on this list, or you're not able to attend an in-person session, please register for a virtual session.

  • Calgary
  • Edmonton
  • Regina
  • Winnipeg
Quebec

Dates and times for in-person vote sessions will be added as they're confirmed. If your city doesn't appear on this list, or you're not able to attend an in-person session, please register for a virtual session.

  • Laval
  • Montreal
  • Quebec City
  • South Shore

 

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