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Sisters and Brothers,

Please see and share the following link about Aboriginal Student Employment Program (ASEP) – Atlantic: https://careers-carrieres.cra-arc.gc.ca/gol-ged/wcis/pub/rtrvjbpst.actio...

Thank you and in solidarity,

Colleen Coffey
Regional Executive Vice-President, Atlantic 

The mandate of the Social Justice Fund (SJF) is to support initiatives in five priority areas:

1-Anti-poverty initatives in Canada;

2-Humanitarian assistance in Canada and around the world;

3-International labour development;

4-Worker-to-Worker exchange; and

5-Worker education.

In 2017, the SJF supported the following groups/projects in the Atlantic:

Colleen Coffey, Atlantic Regional Executive Vice-President for PSAC, presented the 2017 Scholarship Cheques to sons and daughters of PSAC members in the Atlantic Region.
Gabriel Gaudet, son of Denise LeBlanc (USJE);
Terrell Borden, son of Cora-Leigh Johnson (CEIU 80205); and
Aurianna McLaughlin, daughter of Lori McLaughlin (UNDE 60303)

As a member of PSAC – Atlantic Region, an Atlantic Canada Health Care Coalition Society (ACHCCS) participating group, you are eligible for the Managed Health Care Services preferred supplementary pharmacy benefit program. 

Please see the brochure for additional information.

The Eskasoni Teachers’ Union (PSAC Local 80510) is made up of over 100 teachers and teacher’s aides serving the Mi’kmaq community of Eskasoni. The membership is comprised of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous members, who work as educators in four different schools. They are a relatively young local, achieving their first collective agreement in 2010. Since then, they have established themselves as a fixture within the community of Eskasoni, sponsoring sports teams, cultural events, and annual bursaries. They have made financial donations to various charitable causes within the community.