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PSAC staff members for the Quebec Region will be outside of the office for a National Staff Conference from Monday, April 8 to Thursday, April 11, 2019 inclusively. We will answer your messages as soon as possible, or Friday, April 12, at the latest. For any emergency, please call Bertrand Lavoie, Quebec Regional Coordinator, lavoieb@psac-afpc.com

Thank you!

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Voluntary Self-Identification as an Equity Group Member

PSAC-Quebec is looking 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 or candidate and vote for the positions of representatives of equity groups in his 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?

We will soon be conducting an election for the Equity Groups for the Quebec region Director position, following the departure of Brother Toufic El-Daher.

We invite interested members to run for this position and send us their application using the form below (only available in French at this moment) :


MONTREAL, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 — The Public Service Alliance of Canada, Quebec Region, is holding a rally at noon on Wednesday, in front of the Sherbrooke Gouverneur OTL, to remind Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his ministers of their promise to do better than the Conservatives and treat their public service workers with respect.

Montreal, December 7, 2018 – While the 93 employees affected by Aéroports de Montréal’s threat to contract out their jobs are waiting to hear back from their employer, ADM’s senior management has cancelled today’s scheduled meeting, the union announced.

Yvon Barrière, Regional Executive Vice-President of PSAC-Quebec, was to meet with Philippe Rainville, Aéroports de Montréal’s President and CEO, at 10:45 this morning in his office. ADM decided to cancel the meeting, even though the union was pressing for one.

MONTREAL, December 7, 2018 —The 93 customer service, administrative support and safety officers at Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport have been told that Aéroports de Montréal management plans to contract out their work. They have until December 28 to agree to cut their working conditions by 27 to 33%, or face lay-offs. The situation is intolerable and inhumane, says the Unité des cols blancs d’Aéroports de Montréal, a local affiliate of the Public Service Alliance of Canada that represents Aéroports de Montréal’s white-collar workers.