Prime Minister Trudeau has named his new cabinet, responsible for carrying out the new government’s election promises.Their decisions will impact all PSAC members, particularly those employed in the federal public service.
Federal Election 2021
You can choose a government that supports workers and the services they provide. With over 215,000 PSAC members across Canada, we can make a real difference.
PSAC will hold Trudeau’s new government to account
A message from PSAC National President Chris Aylward
Election day: time off to vote
By law, everyone who is eligible to vote must have three consecutive hours to cast their vote on election day
Federal party platform comparison
Canada’s main political parties – the Bloc Québécois, Conservatives, Greens, Liberals and NDP – have released their full electoral platforms.
Conservative government would set back Canada’s pandemic recovery
Thursday’s English-language federal debate proved what Canadian workers feared – that an Erin O’Toole Conservative government would devastate Canada’s pandemic recovery and slash public services Canadian families rely on.
Erin O’Toole will bring back sweeping cuts to public services
The last time the Conservative party was in power, working Canadians everywhere paid a heavy price – especially those who deliver public services.
Your rights on social media during an election
All employees – even federal public service workers – have the right to engage in political activities during an election as long as it doesn’t impact your ability to do your job without a political bias.
Labour Day 2021: Workers are our recovery
This year, amid a federal election and a fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of our labour has never been clearer. Workers got us through it, and workers will be the path to recovery.
Join PSAC BC for a series of ‘lunch and learns’ on election issues
Join us at a lunch and learn. Find out more about the election issues that are important to you.
Women must be at the forefront of Canada’s pandemic recovery
More than ever it’s clear we need a government that will make social and economic gender equity a national priority and put women at the forefront of a pandemic recovery that leaves no one behind.