Bob Jackson elected as PSAC BC Regional Executive Vice-President

Bob Jackson has been elected as the Regional Executive Vice President for British Columbia by the delegates at the BC Regional Triennial Convention. The Convention, which brought members together from across BC, took place May 13,14,15 2011 in Vancouver. Jayne Johns was elected as the Alternate REVP.

“Jayne and I look forward to meeting with and working with members from all across the province.” says Bob “We all have work to do.”

“In every workplace – every Local and Branch, every Area Council, every Regional Committee, throughout all our Union – PSAC members in British Columbia must work hard to enforce our collective agreements and to protect ourselves from an erosion of our rights, something that is certain under a Conservative majority government.”

“Together, we will ensure that our quality public services and the workers that provide them remain an integral part of Canadian society and government.”

Prior to his election as REVP Bob was a founding member of the BC Regional Council, where he served as the National Officers Coordinator for two terms. Bob has worked at the Canadian Food Inspection for over thirty years, was the Agriculture Component Regional Vice President for eighteen years, and held many positions in his Local. Bob is especially active around Health and Safety issues.