About PSAC Prairie Region

Prairie Region at a glance

  • Formed in 1966, the Public Service Alliance of Canada is one of Canada’s largest unions. It represents more than 180,000 people from coast to coast to coast, the PSAC also represents people who work abroad in embassies and consulates.

  • Our region is made up of more than 22,800 members from Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.

  • 210 Locals carry out the day-to-day work of the PSAC in the Prairie region. Our Locals range in size from eight members to more than 3,000 members, including four Directly Chartered Locals.  Our members come from a variety of workplaces and employers, including the Federal government and agencies, airports, crown corporations, Casino Regina, and newly organized members at the Universities of Winnipeg and Brandon, the Canadian Museum of Human Rights, and the Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development.

  • The five PSAC Regional Offices (Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Edmonton and Calgary) and a staff of 25 support the work of the PSAC in the region.

  • Prairies members are represented by the 24-member Prairie Region Council headed by Sister Marianne Hladun, the Regional Executive Vice-President for the PSAC Prairie Region.  There are also eight Area Councils, eight Regional Women’s Committees, four Human Rights Committees and one Regional Aboriginal Peoples Circle in the Prairies.

  • Click here for more information about the Public Service Alliance of Canada.