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The next federal election is scheduled to be held on October 19, 2015. To act a reminder of this, we are calling on members to mark this day on the 19th of each month with actions in their workplaces and locals. These actions are meant to shed light on the reckless cuts of the Conservative government and demonstrate support for PSAC bargaining teams.
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PSAC's new childcare video

What could childcare look like in 2020, if our federal and provincial governments actually invested in a universal and affordable system? Watch our Childcare 2020 video for a glimpse into what the future could hold if the federal government invested in a national childcare system.
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Treasury Board has proposed a “Go to work sick” plan that would encourage people to come to work sick, passing the germs onto their co-workers or the public they serve. Show your support. Sign the pledge.
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On October 30, 2014, PSAC members throughout the Prairies and across the country held events to speak out against concessions and promote healthier, more productive workplaces that delivers high quality public services.
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Annual fundraising drives for United Ways across the Prairies have kicked off and we’re asking PSAC members to reach into their pockets and continue their pattern of giving generously.
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The award-winning Prairies Video Project was created with one purpose: to collect as many stories as possible from PSAC members throughout the Prairie Region. In a matter of weeks, we interviewed 43 people in eight different cities across three provinces. Watch the collection on the Prairies YouTube channel.

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  • No one should face a choice between going to work sick or losing pay. If you support sick leave, sign the pledge http://t.co/R0L618zbOn 3 days 12 hours ago
  • More than 27,000 people have signed on to support healthy workplaces. Are you one of them? Take the pledge today http://t.co/R0L618zbOn 5 days 14 hours ago
  • Access to childcare isn't just a parents responsibility, its a human right recognized by UnitedNations http://t.co/P9PN912bCn #childcare2020 1 week 11 hours ago

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