The federal government announced it will lift the vaccination policy for all workers in federally regulated workplaces as of June 20
This National Public Service Week, you deserve better
A statement from PSAC National President Chris Aylward
PSAC 2022 National Triennial Convention sets course for challenges ahead
More than 500 delegates charted a path forward for the union at PSAC’s National Triennial Convention, which was held virtually from May 27 to June 3.
Call to Action: Join or donate to the PSAC BC Team in the Tears To Hope Virtual Relay 2022
our PSAC-BC Virtual Tears to Hope 5K Relay Team. Registrants can do the relay in their hometown or wherever they choose anytime between June 24-26, 2022.
Still Thirsty for Justice: PSAC launches second campaign to ensure clean water for all
In collaboration with Indigenous communities and in the spirit of reconciliation, PSAC is launching our second campaign to demand safe, clean, water for all.
Register now: National panel on decolonization and labour
In honour of National Indigenous History Month, join our panelists to discuss decolonization in the labour community and what steps members can take to support decolonization and indigenization of ourselves and our union.
PSAC members renew support for national leadership
Volunteers needed – join us at Surrey Fest Downtown
PSAC BC’s West Fraser Valley Area Council will be participating in the 22nd Annual Surrey Fest Downtown
Job Opportunities: Regional Representative, Vancouver and Victoria
SAC has two job openings, in the Victoria and Vancouver Regional Offices. The competition closing dates are June 13 and 14, respectively.
Draw for PSAC members: BC Lions Tickets
PSAC BC, along with the BC Federation of Labour is helping sponsor the BC Lions Be More Than A Bystander campaign.