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Updates

As many as one in three PSAC members affected by Phoenix have incurred out-of-pocket expenses.

When the Phoenix nightmare began, one of the first things PSAC did was secure a claims process for expenses incurred because of inaccurate pay. We encourage our members to claim these expenses.

As a PSAC member working for the Treasury Board - FB Group, you will be voting on a tentative agreement with your employer between April 16 and May 31, 2018.

On Saturday, April 14 at 8 pm, members of the BCFED Young Workers’ Committee are returning to Mac’s Convenience Store to raise awareness of the need for better protections for late night workers. Following the tragic death of Grant De Patie in a gas-and-dash incident in 2005, occupational health and safety regulations were strengthened to better protect late night retail workers. The new regulations were referred to as Grant’s Law. However, in April of 2012, the regulations were watered down due to pressure from companies like Mac’s.

PSAC is holding in-person and on-line webinar meetings for Parks members in B.C. All of the latest Parks bargaining and ratification information, including the tenatative agreement, can be found at the national website.

As per Regulation 15 of the PSAC Constitution, all members must attend a meeting – either by webinar or in-person – in order to cast a vote.

UPDATE - we have added two more webinars

Hold the dates!

We are pleased to announce that three advanced/province-wide courses will be offered in BC in the fall of 2018. The full course descriptions including pre-requisites and applications will be posted in the late spring - check back on the Education page of the BC regional website in May.

Young workers across Canada are turning controversy into opportunity by donating free Loblaw gift cards to charity.

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