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April 28 is the National Day of Mourning when we remember those who have lost their lives or suffered injury and illness because of their work.

Every day there are opportunities to prevent workplace injury and death, but we can’t do it without the data we need to drive our decision-making.

In Canada, we collect statistics on many things including the weather, but we fail to accurately record the number of individuals who have died as a result of their work. Because of this, we do not learn the lessons that would allow us to prevent future tragedies.

SAINT JOHN, NB – Members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) will hold a lunchtime rally at Saint John-Rothesay Member of Parliament Wayne Long’s constituency office on Thursday. They are among some 140,000 federal public sector workers who are outraged by the federal government’s lack of movement in contract negotiations.  Members will rally outside Long’s office before their representatives meet with the MP inside at 12:30pm.

The National Day of Mourning is Sunday, April 28, 2019. Please see the official listing of ceremonies in the Atlantic Region:https://canadianlabour.ca/events/day-of-mourning-ceremonies-2019/  

Area Councils have been asked to arrange for a member to lay a wreath on behalf of the Public Service Alliance of Canada -Atlantic Region.

The Public Service Alliance of Canada Atlantic Health, Safety and Environment Conference is scheduled to be held on June 7 – 9, 2019 at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Beausejour, Moncton, NB. This conference is open to PSAC Health & Safety Local Committee members and/or Health & Safety Workplace Representatives. Only those persons will be accepted as delegates.

March 31 is the International Day of Trans Visibility – a day to celebrate transgender people around the globe and the courage it takes to live openly and authentically, while also raising awareness around the discrimination trans people still face.

Union members visit MP Seamus O’Regan’s Office and refuse to leave until demands are met

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