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Let’s see if we got this right: there’s a global pandemic and various levels of government are urging the population to stay at home and whereas possible, to work from home in order to flatten the curve and protect our economy as much as possible. Thousands of public sector workers continue to show up to their workplace and some adapt and work from home as they are deemed essential service. Thousands more volunteer to transfer to a new position in order to deliver essential benefits created by the federal government.

May 14, 2020
RE: Support for women who work in transition houses
Premier McNeil,
We applaud the federal government’s announcement to cost share wage tops-ups for critical front-line workers in the province. The challenge will be in ensuring that every front-line worker receives this well-deserved raise. All front-line workers are placing their own health and safety at risk in order to protect ours and that needs to be recognized.

The International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia is recognized every year on May 17 with events taking place both nationally and internationally. 


The recordings of the national telephone town halls that were held on May 13-14 are now available.

Listen to the English call
Listen to the French call


Calling all PSAC members, literally!


Dear Sirs: 

I hope this letter finds each of you in good health. 

I write to you today as a representative of over 3,100 federal public employees represented by the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) in Prince Edward Island and with respect to our elapsed collective agreements with our employer.