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Updates

RE:  Labour Day 2020

This year will be a very different Labour Day. Normally we would be joining other labour unions for a parade in our respective regions and connecting with each other in person at the annual barbeque. However, with the coronavirus pandemic, that is not possible. 

The PSAC Regional Offices would like to invite you to participate in an Education Forum to better understand your education needs and hopes for Fall 2020.  

Covid #19 has brought about many changes in our lives – how we work, engage with others, and our union activists.  Prairies PSAC staff have been very busy with helping members through numerous challenges during these times by providing Health and Safety information, helping members adjust to new worksite realities and work from home.  

Register to cast your ballot in Treasury Board and CRA ratification votes 

Please have your pictures sent to hrcwinnipeg@gmail.com by July 31st, 2020! 

 

When the pandemic response first started, the PSAC-Prairies regional offices were disppointed that we had to cancel all our in-person meetings and events. Connecting in person is a big part of how PSAC operates but we have tried to make the best out of it by conducting weekly webinars on topics that will assist members through this difficult time. 

We are currently taking a break from our weekly webinars for the summer. Please check back in the fall for future educational opportunites.

View the webinar recordings:

Federal Public Service workers have always been committed to showing up for Canadians. In these difficult times, that hasn’t changed. The contributions and value of the public service and public service workers have only become more apparent. 

However, from Paul Samyn’s Monday night COVID-19 email introduction, readers might get the impression that workers at Service Canada were on vacation while Canadians can’t get access to the vital services that they need. Nothing could be further from the truth. 

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