PSAC has serious concerns with the new recovery plan because it significantly changes the way that PSAC and other bargaining agents negotiated how overpayments would be recovered.
Your rights at work: Vaccinations and COVID-19 (UPDATED)
The FAQ has been updated.
2021 ACTIVIST SUMMIT: Building Activism by Building Our Membership
The PSAC BC Activist Summit will be held December 2-4, under the theme Building Activism by Building Our Membership.
2021 National Women’s Conference: Women Have Power – Let’s Use It
Over 150 PSAC women delegates gathered to share their experiences as women members, activists, and leaders during the 2021 PSAC National Women’s Conference September 23-26.
Federal government releases vaccination policy without proper consultation
PSAC fully supports a federal vaccination policy to protect the health and safety of our members and the Canadians they serve.
Human Rights Equality Puzzle – October 11th: National Coming Out Day
Find the October 11 puzzle piece and find out more about National Coming Out Day
2021 United Way Fundraising Campaign
PSAC BC are long-time supporters of the Canadian Labour Congress and United Way’s longstanding partnership.
Save the date! PSAC BC Activist Summit: Building Activism by Building Our Membership
The PSAC BC Activist Summit is coming up in December 2021.
October 20 Day of Action: Solidarity is Our Strength
PSAC BC members will be coming together at a province wide day of action on October 20 to remind the Prime Minister, our employers, and the government that PSAC members want a fair deal at the bargaining table.
Treasury Board common issues: Team focuses on equity, remote work
During talks with Treasury Board September 27-29, the common issues team focused on improvements to equity and remote work measures for more than 120,000 federal public service workers.