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Updates

National President of the Public Service Alliance of Canada, Chris Aylward, has written to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau requesting a national public inquiry on Phoenix.

“PSAC has carefully reviewed the latest report from the Auditor General, and we are now prepared to make the formal case for why a public inquiry is needed,” said Aylward.

PSAC North is preparing a plan that will shape our education in the North for the next 3 years.  To ensure we are meeting our member’s needs, we need to hear from you ! We are conducting a short online survey, open to all PSAC members in the North.
The Whitehorse Regional Women’s and the Yukon Aboriginal Peoples’ committees hosted a teddy bear picnic for Jordan’s Principle, May 10. 
 

PSAC North had a significant presence at Yellowknife Chamber Spring Trade Show (May 12- 13) with NWT’s PSAC North Regional Committees’ leaders, members and volunteers. Thousands attended the show as PSAC North booth featured campaigns and issues that affect our members and their communities, such as: living wage campaign, Phoenix pay system and universal childcare.

Around 350 signed postcards and petitions addressing the issues above. The successful presence is the result of our dedicated volunteers’ hard work and commitment.

 

Our Parks bargaining team reached a tentative agreement with the Agency February 16, 2018, which the team unanimously recommends. The Public Service Alliance of Canada will be holding an electronic vote for members of the Parks Canada Agency to ratify the tentative agreement between PSAC and Parks Canada.

Meetings will be held by teleconference and/or webinar for all members in Nunavut.

As per Regulation 15 of the PSAC Constitution, all members must attend a meeting – either by teleconference or webinar – in order to cast a vote.

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