The National Board of Directors of the PSAC is putting in motion a new unprecedented plan to push back against Government attacks to our collective agreements, public services, jobs and our Union. Read the Full Story
As the summer approaches, Pride celebrations are set to take place all across Ontario. Pride celebrations continue to grow; supporting achievements and highlighting struggles still facing Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) communities.PSAC will continue to be a strong supporter of LGBT rights, both within and outside the workplace. LGBT rights are human rights and PSAC, along with other unions, will continue to advocate for equal rights for LGBT people.Discrimination and intolerance have no place in Canadian society.In Solidarity,Sharon DeSousa
The Slots at Racetracks Program was created by the Ontario government to increase provincial revenues after a number of communities rejected proposed casino developments in the late 1990s. Under this revenue sharing arrangement, Ontario Lottery and Gaming (OLG) slot machines were placed at the seventeen horse racing tracks across the province, with the horse racing industry and the provincial government sharing the profits.
The Conservative government has told thousands of PSAC members they are “affected” and could lose their jobs. Our members are anxious for their future and for their families. They are frustrated because they have worked hard to serve Canadians. And they are worried about what these cuts mean for those who rely on public services.