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PSAC North is proud to offer members a union education program that ranks among the best and most comprehensive in Canada.

We provide members with learning opportunities to develop knowledge, skills, and personal confidence. Union education encourages participation and promotes mutual respect and understanding between members and the union leadership. A trained membership is an active membership and active members build a strong union.

For a complete listing of all courses being offered throughout the North, please visit the Course Listings Page.

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March 24, 2014 - 10:55am •
Speaking to Yukon business leaders Wednesday, federal NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair provided a vision of Canada where regulations are clear and consistent. He also portrayed a country where the federal government and First Nations work together and everyone –­ including large corporations – pay their fair share of taxes. Mulcair addressed members of the Yukon and Whitehorse chambers of commerce during a luncheon in the Town Hall room of the Gold Rush Inn.
March 24, 2014 - 10:00am •
MPs To Rewrite Union Code Labour leaders are bracing for final Commons debate on a Canada Labour Code bill that would see unions decertified on the votes of 40 percent of members. MPs are expected to give Third Reading to the private Conservative bill endorsed by the labour department.
February 11, 2014 - 4:49pm •
Here's a summary of the key points you as members should take away from the Conservative government's 2014 budget. The Conservative government has failed once again to promote a positive vision for Canada by investing in the future. Harper and Flaherty continue to promote shortsighted policies designed to foster its reelection.They are not focused on investing in Canada.Real change that improves the lives of all Canadians is being held back despite our ability to strengthen public services.
February 11, 2014 - 4:43pm •
Canadian veterans took to CTV News on Tuesday to lash out at the federal governemnt for its do-nothing budget, which did not make plans to re-open closed Veterans Affairs offices, instead making small adjustments to the amount of money the families of veterans received for their funerals, among other minor tweaks. Listen to their frustration here.
February 11, 2014 - 4:39pm •
February 5, 2014 - 10:21am •
Thousands of migrant workers arrive on Canada’s shores every year in search of a better life; higher wages, a better quality of living and a safe place to raise their families. But Canada’s temporary foreign worker program has become a bog of red tape and loopholes that merely benefit employers and leave workers out to dry. 
February 4, 2014 - 1:55pm •
Former Parliamentary Budget Officer Kevin Page insists the closure of Veterans Affairs offices and libraries are only the first steps in a sweeping campaign by the Conservatives to reduce services and balance the books by 2015. Page will be speaking in Whotehorse, YK in March and PSAC North will be there to bring you all the latest details. Read the full story in the Ottawa Citizen here. Toronto Star photo
January 30, 2014 - 9:47am •
National Post columnist Christie Blatchford can be a polarizing force at the best of times, but she raked Veterans' Affairs Minister Julian Fantino over the coals for ignoring and strong-arming veterans fighting the closure of veterans' affairs offices across the country. The veteran journalist holds back no punches as she accuses him of being a bully who will steamroll anyone who steps in his way. 
January 30, 2014 - 9:32am •
REVP North Julie Docherty took a stand to push for the government to retract its decision at a conference in November.To learn more, read here.
June 20, 2012 - 12:27pm •
When one is honoured, we are all honouredTomorrow is National Aboriginal Day.This day provides all of us with an opportunity to reflect on the important, unparalleled contributions the First Nations, Inuit, and Metis have made.Canadians celebrate National Aboriginal Day through a wide variety of events and gatherings across the country. It is fitting this occurs on the longest day of the year, to reflect the many generations of aboriginal peoples who still proudly stand against oppressive policies.

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2285 2nd Avenue, Suite 100
 Whitehorse YT, Y1A 1C9

Tel: (867) 668-8593

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