The next federal election will be held on October 19, 2015.On the 19th of every month, we are asking our members to be creative in highlighting the number 19 such as: standing outside your workplace for 19 minutes, wearing a piece of clothing with the number 19 or coming up with the 19 best ways of getting rid of the Harper Conservative government.
Although the date of the election may change, it has become symbolic for all of our federal public sector bargaining units, who are currently engaged in negotiations.
Every month, on the 19th (or n
The issues facing our city impact all of us, which is why the Toronto municipal elections, taking place on October 27, 2014, are so important. How our city is run and what issues are prioritized will be determined in this election, including concerns of transit, public services and childcare.
Fighting For Our Lives: Bill C-4 and Health & Safety
Fighting For Our Lives: To raise membership awareness on recent Health & Safety legislative changes under Bill C-4, PSAC is offering across the region (1) three hour Health & Safety Information Town Hall Sessions (2) one day health & safety courses and (3) one day Health & Safety Activism courses.
PSAC desk calendars have arrived - order yours now!It's that time of year again! PSAC calendars are available - contact your Local Executive or your PSAC Regional Office if you would like some for your worksite.
PSAC Ontario Region has completed all 11 of the scheduled Regional Leadership meetings in our province.
These meetings were part of our We are ALL Affected campaign and over 250 Local activists took part.
We are now entering the second phase of our campaign and are asking the leaders who took part in the Regional Leadership meetings to become or identify one or more activists within their Locals who will be trained as “Campaigners” to promote and defend our union rights.
The role of the w
The Veterans Affairs office in Prince George has already been shut down and the Conservative government says that by February 2014, offices in Corner Brook, Charlottetown, Sydney, Thunder Bay, Windsor, Brandon, Saskatoon and Kelowna will be closing their doors to veterans too. These offices provide valuable support and services to traditional and younger veterans - including those with serious physical and mental health issues, who depend on for face-to-face frontline help. In Ontario, the veterans in Thunder Bay will now have to