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Youth

At its June 2014 Convention, PSAC-Quebec adopted a resolution to create a network for young members. We are presently working at setting up an appropriate structure. If you are 35 and under, come and get involved in the Youth Committee in your region. 

An EVOLVING STRUCTURE! 

A Youth Committee can be set up in each of the PSAC-Quebec’s eight regions. To do this, at least three Components or directly chartered locals (DCL) must each send write to the PSAC requesting the creation of a Youth Committee. Components and DCLs signing those letters must be in the region specified in the request. Therefore, a Youth Committee could be set up in the following regions:

1- Estrie/Bois-Francs

2- Laval/Laurentians/Lanaudière/Abitibi-Témiscamingue (in the works) 

3- Québec

5- Saguenay−Lac-Saint-Jean/Chibougamau/Chapais

6- Montérégie (in the works)

7- Montréal (in place)

8- Lower St. Lawrence/Gaspé Peninsula/Îles-de-la-Madeleine/North Shore

9- Mauricie

Note also that, since December 2015, Simon Richard has been representing young workers on the Quebec Concil.

Want to be part of the network? 

The Youth Network and its representative are supported by union advisor Thioro Gueye. Please contact Thioro to find out more about your network. 

February 18, 2019 - 12:27pm •
PSAC-Quebec would like to put together a list of members belonging to an equity group.  This list will be used, among other things, to determine who can be a candidate and vote for the positions of representatives of equity groups in his/her region, and also to elect the person who will lead the Equity Groups for the Quebec region.  It will also allow us to set up initiatives, programs and conferences for the different equity groups.   Which groups belong to equity groups? The said self-identifying persons to the group: - Indigenous;
February 18, 2019 - 12:23pm •
PSAC-Quebec would like to put together a list of members belonging to an equity group.  This list will be used, among other things, to determine who can be a candidate and vote for the positions of representatives of equity groups in his/her region, and also to elect the person who will lead the Equity Groups for the Quebec region.  It will also allow us to set up initiatives, programs and conferences for the different equity groups.   Which groups belong to equity groups? The said self-identifying persons to the group: - Indigenous;
August 6, 2018 - 8:46am •
By Geneviève Malouin-Rivard Quebec’s centres de la petite enfance (CPE), the subsidized day care centres we are familiar with today, were established in 1997 under an initiative of the Parti Québécois government. The aim was to invest in an environment that would foster children’s education and socialization.
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