Vancouver – The Public Service Alliance of Canada and the Customs and Immigration Union are calling on provincial health authorities to…
PSAC begins talks to improve the Public Service Health Care Plan
PSAC is launching a new round of negotiations with Treasury Board to update and strengthen the Public Service Health Care Plan (PSHCP).
New collective agreement for members working at First Nations Health Authority
PSAC is happy to announce that a new collective agreement has been ratified by members of Local 22000, the First Nations Health Authority.
Virtual Talking Union Basics courses now available
Talking Union Basics or TUB, PSAC’s key introductory course, is now available to all members in BC, virtually. This virtual version…
Regional Convention Honour Roll
We have a tradition at our Regional Conventions, in which we hold a moment of silence to honour those who are no longer with us.
PSAC BC calls on provincial government to ensure workers can get a COVID-19 vaccine without losing pay
Any measures put in place must also extend to British Columbians who work under federal labour and employment legislation.
Your rights at work: Vaccinations and COVID-19 screening
As more Canadian workers become eligible for COVID-19 vaccines and some employers make plans for a gradual return to workplaces, it’s more important than ever to know your rights when it comes to mandatory vaccinations and COVID-19 testing.
PA and TC groups begin talks with Treasury Board on developing mental health support for at-risk workers
A joint committee, co-chaired by a representative from PSAC and the employer, has started discussions to reach an agreement on the terms of reference used to guide the study on mental health support mechanisms.
Black History Month panel discussions – now available
As part of Black History Month 2021, PSAC organized a series of panel discussions that looked at the issues facing Black workers and to honor the contributions of Black labour activists in this country. We are now making these discussions available online for everyone’s benefit.
PSAC and CIU call on provincial government to include CBSA in BC’s frontline priority worker vaccination plan.
PSAC and CIU are calling on provincial health authorities to ensure that workers at CBSA are prioritized alongside other essential frontline workers as part of BC’s vaccination efforts.