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The Atlantic Region of the Public Service Alliance of Canada is pleased to invite both Indigenous and non-Indigenous members from the four Atlantic provinces to apply for a five-day in-residence advanced course called Unionism on Turtle Island. 

 

The purpose of this training is to build meaningful, long-term relationships with Indigenous peoples inside and outside of our workplaces, with the aim of both supporting the decolonization of Indigenous peoples and increasing Indigenous peoples’ representation at work and in the union.

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Members participating in last weekend's federal election training in Sydney took a moment to support the members of the PA Table who were in the middle of negotiations with the Treasury Board.

Visit the PSAC website to learn more about the outcome of this latest round of negotiations prior to the Elections.

 

 

Saint John, August 30, 2019 – The members of the Union of Canadian Transportation Employees (UCTE), a component of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) working at Saint John Airport, voted last night in favour of a strike mandate.

“The members have given their bargaining team a strong strike mandate, by a large majority. Our members are prepared to fight for what they want, so the table is set for the last day of mediation on September 5,” said Colleen Coffey, Regional Executive Vice-President of PSAC-Atlantic.

This coming Monday is a holiday when all workers are invited to celebrate the power of their labour. On this day, we have an opportunity to participate in several events marking Labour Day or simply spend time with family and friends.

I am proud to advocate for a union that strives to improve working and living conditions for all Canadians. On this day, may we remember the battles we fought and be mindful of the struggles still ahead to achieve fairer working conditions.

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