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As a result of a resolution passed at the 2015 PSAC Triennial Convention, PSAC is developing a campaign around transgender issues and each region is asked to select one member to participate in a consultation on what that campaign should look like.

Members selected to participate must be a member in good standing, self-identify as trans and be an activist either in the union or within the trans community (or both). 

On Saturday June 25th, members of NS Area Council 1 set up a table at the Alderney Farmers Market in Dartmouth Nova Scotia.

We had one mission, to raise awareness about the Thirsty for Justice Campaign and ask the public to sign letters to the Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs asking her to take action on solving the Aboriginal Water Crisis in Canada.

New Phoenix pay system: Public Service Alliance of Canada available for media interviews

ST. JOHN’S – The National Executive Vice-President of Public Service Alliance of Canada, Chris Aylward, will be available this week to give interviews and comment on the government’s mishandling of the new pay system for federal public service employees.