Prairies Young Workers Conference 2022 – Resilience


Applications are now open for the 2022 PSAC Prairies Young Workers Conference at the Chateau Lacombe Hotel in Edmonton, Alberta from Saturday, June 18th to Sunday, June 19th, 2022.  All PSAC members in the Prairies who are 35 years of age or under is eligible to apply.

The conference theme is, ‘Resilience’ and will bring together activists from all prairie provinces. The conference will be focused on issues that Young Workers may face in the workplace, activism for PSAC Young Workers, and current topics pertinent to Young Workers.  The conference will be comprised of speakers, activities, workshops and opportunities for networking.

Please contact your PSAC Regional Office should you require the registration form or information in an alternate format.

SMOKE AND SCENT FREE:  All PSAC events, including this conference, are smoke-free. To assist members with environmental sensitivities, this conference will be a scent-free event as much as possible. Suggestions for a scent-free environment will be provided to confirmed conference participants.

COVID 19 PROTOCOL: In compliance with PSAC Vaccination Policy, masking and proof of vaccination continues to be required for all persons attending a PSAC indoor function at a third-party venue.  To read the complete policy please click here.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MAY 20, 2022 (12:00pm AB|SK / 1:00pm MB)

If you do not know your Component or Directly Chartered Local please contact your PSAC Regional Office or it will be added on your behalf.
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