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Updates

PSAC members attended Day of Mourning Events across the Prairies this year. Below are pictures from just a few of these events.

 

Participating in the FB agreement vote is a simple two step process for members in good standing! 

  • Do not use employer email or any employer provided tools to participate in these webinar meetings. Use your personal email address and your personal computers.
  • Attend a face to face meeting or a webinar. There will be a 20 minute presentation from a bargaining team member and the opportunity to ask questions.

 Tell your MP you believe that the Royal Canadian Mint in Winnipeg should produce a coin for circulation throughout Canada to commemorate the importance of the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike.

Let’s remind the University of Saskatchewan that Postdocs are people too! #postdocsarepeopletoo

The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) is pleased to support the Emergency Food Drive initiated by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Alumni Association. The PSAC Social Justice Fund, PSAC Prairie Region and the Union of Canadian Transportation Employees (UCTE – a component of PSAC) are covering the cost of the air freight with the help and support of Calm Air. 

The application process for the 2018 PSAC Scholarship Program is now open.

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