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In many ways unions, PSAC included, and the United Way share similar visions: we improve lives, build stronger communities, create positive social change, and speak out for those who at times find it difficult to speak for themselves. Our partnership is based on shared values.

Check out this video that showcases some of the great work the UWLM does, thanks to the support of PSAC members and Locals.

Musqueam Territory – Vancouver, British Columbia – Yesterday, representatives from the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA), Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) and Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) celebrated the ratification of their collective agreements after two years of negotiations. These agreements were reached on March 27, 2015 and May 28, 2015, respectively, and mark a historic milestone for the three parties as the first collective agreements of their kind in Canada.

To: PSAC BC Young Workers, posted on behalf of Vanessa Miller, BC Regional Council Young Worker Coordinator
 
We hope you agree that the upcoming Federal Election is pretty important, and one young workers needs to have an active part in!
 
To help, we are spreading the word about this CLC webinar called, #YouthVote2015: Better strategies to talk to young people about voting. The webinar will examine barriers to voting, some myths and truths, and strategies about young voter turnout.

The Public Service Alliance of Canada is today launching a nationwide campaign to remind Canadians about the impact of cuts to public services before they vote in the federal election.

At the 2015 PSAC national convention, delegates directed the union to campaign and raise public awareness about the impact of cuts to public services by the Harper Conservatives.

The Conservative government has been working steadily to undermine and eliminate workplace rights in the federal government.

It’s time for a change.

Your PSAC bargaining team began the formal bargaining process and met with the employer for the first time this week.

The team, consisting of Dave Jackson, Chair; Rick Levigne, PSAC/UNDE Local 210018; Jamie Oyakawa, PSAC/UNDE Local 210018; Phil Lehman, PSAC/UNDE Local 210018; and Mark Miller, UNDE/VP-BC exchanged proposals with the employer June 16th in Victoria BC. The Union & Employer proposals are available below.

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