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PSAC North Convention elects new Regional Executive Vice-President

Congratulations to YEU Executive member Jack Bourassa, elected Sunday as the PSAC North’s new Regional Executive Vice-President of the North. Jack will spend the next three years working with in all three Northern Territories, representing workers from all three components. Congratulations as well to sister Marie Buchanan, member of Union... Read more

About the PSAC

Wow! Have a look at this GREAT new video showing PSAC’s structure and where YOU fit in. Read more

PSAC North Health & Safety Rally Friday June 7

Rally and March to protect Health & Safety legislation for workers PSAC will march in support of strong worker protection and Health & Safety legislation. Join us 11:45 am Friday June 7th as we march from the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre to a rally in Shipyards Park at the site... Read more

Rally to protect Health & Safety for workers

Rally and March to protect Health & Safety legislation for workers PSAC Rallies in support of strong worker protection and Health & Safety legislation. Join us 11:45 am Friday June 7th as we march from the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre to  Shipyards Park at the future site of the Worker’s... Read more

Convention Delegate? But I don’t even…

There has been a lot of talk about convention delegate selection lately.  Do you wonder what that means? Who can be a delegate? We asked Loralee Kesler, YEU’s Vice President and a long term union activist about the convention delegate experience. “The first time I was nominated I was really... Read more

May 2014 YEU Newsletter

Highlights in this Issue: Convention Delegate… me? Sasha Sywulsky, Member of the Month, Bargaining Updates, That Facebook Status is Forever!YEU May 2014 Newsletter for web  PDF Read more

What’s Happening at the Bargaining Table?

This is a busy year for contract building, with many of our bargaining units at the table now. We have recently ratified the first ever Collective Agreements for Help & Hope for Families Society in Watson Lake, while Many Rivers Counselling & Support Services workers are voting this week on a tentative... Read more

Unions critical to maintain equality

Inequality increases as unions declineStatistical evidence supports the view that incountries in which inequality increased, thiswas primarily the result of the decline in theimportance and bargaining power of organizedlabour.• UN Report, 2005 Read more
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