Regional Organizer - Winnipeg
Under the general supervision of the Regional Coordinator, and as part of regional and national teams that include other regional office and headquarters staff, the Organizer builds the Union by initiating, coordinating and implementing organizing campaigns for the purpose of recruiting new members into the PSAC.
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We are happy to invite resolutions for the upcoming PSAC Prairies Regional Women's Conference, June 11-12, in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
RESOLUTIONS submission deadline is Wednesday June 1, 2016 by 12 noon (Manitoba time)
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Please find the call-out letter for resolutions for the National Health and Safety Conference scheduled for November 18-20, 2016.
The submission deadline is June 3, 2016, 4:00 p.m. EST.
Resolutions are to be submitted directly to PSAC National Headquarters, attention Michelle Rossignol, Programs Section, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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On April 28 people across Canada stop to remember workers killed, injured or disabled on the job. We ask that on April 28 you and your union local take a moment to honour their memory by joining local events or having one at your local.
You can find an event near you by scrolling down to view regional listings below.
Please also take a moment to read the letter from our Health and Safety Officer, Clint Wirth, below.
Posters for printing and sharing:
Dear Sisters and Brothers,
March 8 is International Women’s Day, an annual celebration of women’s economic, political and social achievements. To build on this celebration, we are happy to announce that registration is now open for the 2016 PSAC Prairie Region Women’s Conference!
Members can register online HERE!
The 2016 PSAC Prairies Regional Women's Conference is taking place in Winnipeg MB on June 11 and 12, 2016. As sisters gather from across the prairies, our objective is to have conference participants reach out and involve other members to build our women's committees and mobilize to contribute collectively to social change. Workshops are currently being developed that will educate participants on strategies to better protect and support sisters who are victims of domestic violence; identify the union's role in advancing the PSAC Pan-Canadian campaign on childcare and promote greater security and human rights protections for Aboriginal women.