Now that BC’s Restart Plan is underway and restrictions on outdoor group and team sports have been lifted, PSAC BC wants to help our members participate in their favourite team sport and safely get life back to normal.
BC Regional Council
At the 1997 PSAC National convention the delegates passed a resolution supporting the Regionalization of the union. This established the following regions: Atlantic, Quebec, Ontario, National Headquarters, Prairies, British Columbia and the North.
Each region is represented on the Alliance Executive Committee by a Regional Executive Vice-President. The 7 REVPs along with the National President and the National Vice-President form the governing body of the Alliance.
The BC Regional Council
The B.C. Regional Council is composed of geographic representatives, equity representatives, and a representative each for the National Officers, Directly Chartered Locals and Health & Safety.
All positions on the BC Regional Council are elected from among the membership. The Regional Executive Vice-President is a full-time paid position. All other members of the council work in jobs represented by the union and serve the union as volunteers. In addition to chairing the BC Regional Council, the REVP represents BC on the Alliance Executive Committee, the body that runs the union nationally. He also represents the PSAC on the Executive Council of the BC Federation of Labour.
The Regional Councils meets twice a year in person and regularly via conference call to strategize on issues that affect PSAC members in B.C. The minutes of meetings will be posted on this website as well as any upcoming meetings.
If you have any items you wish the council to discuss or if you have any questions or concerns you can contact the REVP by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is a list of the BC Regional Council Members elected at the 2021 BC Regional Convention.
- Download the BC Regional Council bylaws and regulations here (updated by Regional Convention, May 2021.)
Honour and remember the 215 children who were students of the Kamloops Indian Residential School
Our Indigenous colleagues, friends, and loved ones are impacted by the grief and trauma of losing their children. Non-Indigenous Canadians cannot change the past, but they can offer acceptance, support, and, most importantly, change to reconcile this shared history.
LGBTQI2S Inclusion in the Federal Workplace
A new report presents key findings and makes recommendations for improvements to support systematic change towards LGBTQ2+ inclusion in federal workplaces.
Jamey Mills re-elected as PSAC Regional Executive Vice-President, BC
Jamey Mills has been re-elected by acclamation to serve as the PSAC Regional Executive Vice-President for British Columbia.
April 22 – Earth Day
The Environment Committee of the BC Regional Council encourages you to take action for our planet and make every day Earth Day.
Earth Hour: Saturday, March 27 – 8:30PM local time
Every year, we countdown together across the globe to celebrate Earth Hour and take one iconic action: switch off the lights.
PSAC BC Regional Convention Schedule and Rules of Order
Download the BC Regional Convention schedule and PSAC Rules of Order for virtual Conventions.
PSAC supports the peaceful resistance in Guatemala
Anti-Oppression and Anti-Racism sessions with Bakau Consulting
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University of Toronto study: Labour perspectives on supporting employment for women who have experienced domestic violence
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