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Every three years, the PSAC holds its Triennial National Convention, where delegates from across the union come together, debate issues and set direction for the Union for the next three years.

We will be doing something new at the PSAC 2012 Convention: for the first time, delegates will have the opportunity to debate and adopt a “Members’ Plan”.

The plan is designed to set the direction for the Union for the next three years.

The PSAC BC Young Workers Caucus has created a document designed to assist Locals in getting young workers involved and active in the Union.

The 8-page Guide To Involving Young Workers is full of tips, ideas, and resources for Local Executive members who want to engage and empower the next generation of leadership. Download it now, or contact Monica Urrutia for a supply of printed copies for your Local.

PSAC has joined with the Council of Canadians and others to file for intervener status in a lawsuit seeking to prevent the closure of the Canadian Wheat Board.

The federal government is expected to introduce a bill today that would abolish the Canadian long-gun registry. This is after a similar private members' bill was narrowly defeated last fall. This time, the bill is expected to be forced into law by a majority Conservative government that has spent years attempting to discredit and destroy this important public safety tool.

Your vote matters!

Every three years, municipal and school board elections offer a chance for local residents to determine the future of their communities. This year’s election is on November 19.

Members of Canadian Labour Congress District Labour Councils across the province have spent time talking to and questioning many of the candidates and have compiled a list of municipal and school board candidates who:

Every three years, the PSAC holds its Triennial National Convention, where delegates from all parts of the union come together, debate and set direction for the union for the next three years.

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