Labour Day is Monday, September 7, 2015. The official event listing for the Atlantic Region can be found on the Canadian Labour Congress website.
Commencing August 31st, PSAC-Atlantic will be airing radio ads to commemorate this important day. These radio ads will run in each province and can be found below.
Wishing you all a safe and enjoyable Labour Day!
Province-wide: Members of UEW 60067 put together packages of election issue information from PSAC and distributed it to their members.
Dorchester: Members of USGE 60020 & 60128 organized a demo during their lunch break.
Gagetown: Members of UNDE 60303 organized a bbq and rally.
Prince Edward Island
Summerside: Members of UTE 90006 distributed the CLC’s Better Choice cards.
The PSAC Young Workers Committee is joining the St. John's Pride Party. We are seeking members to to join us on July 26 as we walk in the parade which leaves from St. John’s City Hall at 2 PM and finishes at Quidi Vidi Lake where we will be distributing cotton candy.
HALIFAX, July 14, 2015 /CNW/ - The Public Service Alliance of Canada is today launching a nationwide campaign to remind Canadians about the impact of cuts to public services before they vote in the federal election.
At the 2015 PSAC national convention, delegates directed the union to campaign and raise public awareness about the impact of cuts to public services by the Harper Conservatives.
Members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) will be joined by the National President of the Canada Employment Immigration Union (CEIU), Marco Angeli and local Members of Parliament, Ryan Cleary and Jack Harris, at their 15th consecutive rally aimed at raising awareness on the upcoming federal election set to take place on October 19.
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PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS JOIN TOGETHER FOR A RALLY DURING NATIONAL PUBLIC SERVICE WEEK
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) along with other Unions will be participating in a union rally to demonstrate their solidarity in defeating the Conservative government in the upcoming federal election.