Updates

National Indigenous Peoples Day: Decolonizing our union

June 21, 2022

June 21 is an occasion to celebrate Indigenous history, culture, and diversity, as well as the many contributions of Indigenous peoples to Canada. Decolonization is a critical step towards building a society that recognizes and values the contributions of Indigenous peoples in Canada.

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Protecting Francophones now a core consideration

June 18, 2022

After years of effort by the Official Languages Working Group, we are tremendously proud to announce the creation of a National Francophone Committee. This standing committee will be able to make recommendations to PSAC's National Board of Directors.

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Member benefits: access to justice and assistance with day-to-day legal matters

June 17, 2022

PSAC-Quebec and Brunet & Associés are partnering to offer more benefits to members and their families. Family law, civil law and notary, the right to a human service.

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Government lifts vaccination policy for federal workers

June 14, 2022

Today, the federal government announced it will lift the vaccination policy for all workers in federally regulated workplaces as of June 20, and allow workers who’ve been put on leave without pay because of their vaccination status to return to work without restrictions.

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Information session about the Treasury Board impasse

June 14, 2022

To keep you abreast of recent developments, common issues and the next steps for members in the PA, SV, EB and TC groups, PSAC-Quebec cordially invites you to a French webinar session with bargaining table representatives.

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This National Public Service Week, you deserve better

June 14, 2022

National Public Service Week is an opportunity to recognize the outstanding contributions of federal public service workers over the past year. But this year, the government’s message rings hollow after we’ve seen how they’ve treated federal public service workers.

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