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Updates

To: PSAC DCL and Separate Employer Unit Locals.

Per section 9 of the PSAC BC Regional Bylaws, we will be holding an election for a delegate to represent Directly Chartered Locals and Separate Employer Units (who are not entitled to an automatic delegate) at the upcoming PSAC BC Regional Convention.

On Friday, February 24, PSAC will mark the first anniversary of Phoenix.

We want to continue to draw attention to the Phoenix pay system and its problems and send a strong message to the Prime Minister and MPs that our members have been waiting for too long; fix the Phoenix pay problems and learn from your mistakes!

Here are some ideas for how PSAC members can send a strong message to the government and our employers on February 24th.

We sat down with some of our members under thirty-five and asked them about our union, how they got involved, and what being a union activist means to them. Here's what they had to say.

*** To: PSAC members who have self-ID as being in an equity-seeking group, PSAC members thirty-five years of age and younger ***

Per section 9 of the PSAC BC Regional Bylaws, we will be holding an election for delegates to represent equity-seeking groups (Members with a Disability, Aboriginal, Racially Visible, and GLBT) and young workers at the upcoming PSAC BC Regional Convention.

Section 9

To: Members of PSAC Locals/Branches, Area Councils, Regional Committees, B.C. Regional Council and Component National Officers in the B.C. Region

Delegates to the 2017 B.C. Regional Convention, being held June 16-18, 2017 at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver in Vancouver, B.C. will be electing the B.C. Regional Executive Vice-President and their Alternate. Any PSAC member in good standing in the B.C. Region is entitled to run for these two positions. The nominator and the seconder must be delegates to the B.C. Regional Convention.

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