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More than 100 PSAC members gathered in Yellowknife to walk down the “Path that Unites us” – the theme of this year's National Aboriginal Peoples' Conference. Delegates shared experiences, heard from some veteran Aboriginal activists and planned ways to move the National Aboriginal Peoples' Network into its next stage of growth.

The FB bargaining team met with Treasury Board and CBSA representatives in Ottawa the week of October 3 to continue negotiations for a new contract

Every three years, the PSAC holds its Triennial National Convention, where delegates from all parts of the union come together, debate and set direction for the union for the next three years.

The Saskatchewan Federation of Labour’s Labour Issues Campaign is a comprehensive initiative designed to put the issues of concern to working people onto the political agenda. The campaign is fact based, non-partisan, and focused on education and political action.

You are a committed PSAC activist who wants to deepen your learning of the labour movement in Canada, develop your leadership skills,  and connect with activists from other unions across the country.

October 4th is the day we honour the lives of missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls; on October 4th 2011 call on the federal government to stop ignoring this national crisis and take action.