Regional Executive VP

Jamey Mills was re-elected as the PSAC Regional Executive Vice-President for British Columbia in May 2023. He was first elected as REVP in June 2017.

Jamey is a long-time union leader who started his journey as an activist by serving as the young workers coordinator on the PSAC BC Regional Council and as a member of the BC Federation of Labour Young Worker Committee, where he sat on the BC Fed Executive Council.

He was first elected regional executive vice-president in 2017 and sits on the Alliance Executive Committee, where he represents members in British Columbia and helps set PSAC’s national direction. In British Columbia, he chairs and coordinates the work of the PSAC BC Regional Council.

Jamey chairs the PSAC National Board of Directors Health and Safety Committee and the Environment Committee, and sits on the Representation Committee. He is also the AEC officer responsible for Canada Food Inspection Agency Group bargaining.

As the REVP, Jamey is responsible for the following in the BC Region:

* BC Regional Council;
* Organizing and recertifications;
* Education;
* Political and social action;
* Women’s and equity programs;
* Area Councils;
* Directly Chartered Locals and Separate Employers;
* Federations of Labour and related committees and District Labour Councils.

Jamey is always happy to hear from PSAC members – email or call the office at (604) 430 0191

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