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Updates

For most of us, today is Valentines Day.

But for Aboriginal children living on reserves, today is an especially important day. The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada is at the Federal Court today, arguing that Canada is discriminating against Aboriginal children by underfunding child welfare services. PSAC invites you to Have a Heart for First Nations Children.

Ottawa - What impact will the Conservative government's plans for across-the-board cuts have on the employment of workers with disabilities, Aboriginal and racialized workers?

That's the question PSAC will put to the Senate human rights committee which is examining employment equity and hiring practices in the federal public service.

Your Bargaining Team resumed negotiations with Treasury Board from January 31st through February 2nd, our sixth  session of contract talks since initially exchanging proposals in April, 2011.

Due to illness, the Treasury Board negotiator has been replaced by an individual who bargained the PA collective agreement with PSAC during the expedited round in the fall of 2010.

Our Strength: Mobilizing and Fighting Back

What is the Union School?

Union Education at its best! Union School is open to all members - it provides you with a unique opportunity to gain more specialized knowledge and skills while networking with other members from across the BC Region so that you can return to your workplaces and locals energized and ready to empower other members!

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Every year, there are Black History Month festivities and events  all across the country that honour the legacy of black people or people of African descent in Canada, past and present.

There was and continues to be a lack of positive protrayal of black people's contributions in the communities and awareness of black history. This resulted in the establishment of  a week in February to recognize black people's contributions in the U.S. in 1926. During the early 1970s, the week became known as Black History Week. It was expanded into Black History Month in 1976.

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