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Pride Committee

Our Pride Committee is organized and thriving. Here’s some of what we will be doing … and some of what we’ve already done.

  • Supporting our allies
  • Organizing our own Pride Committee events
  • Making recommendations on GLBT issues, policies, strategies and initiatives
  • Identifying discriminatory legislation, provisions or practices and recommending actions that will end them.


Join our team!

Calling all PSAC North Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgendered members in the North. If you want to fight homophobia and work towards positive change, we’re your committee.
You don’t have to be in Whitehorse, Yellowknife, or Iqaluit to join our ranks. Our conference call meetings can easily accommodate you – no matter where you live.
Add your voice to the events and initiatives that we organize … and meet great people too! 


We're working to find solutions

We participate in conferences, education and training programs on issues that affect GLBT members.
We are relied upon for representation of GLBT members, their issues and equality goals in the various union bodies, programs and social justice groups. 
We sit on the National Human Rights Committee and other PSAC National and Regional bodies … and much more. 


Learn more today

Join our committee and pursue your area of interest. There is room for everyone who wants to make a difference.
We can’t wait to work with you to create a more welcoming, open-minded and accepting world.
To download or print our brochure, click here.
January 23, 2018 - 3:20pm •
The Public Service Alliance of Canada received a letter from the Government of Yukon regarding a request to conduct a review of legislation, policies and practices to ensure Yukon government meets the rules and social standards for LGBTQ non-discrimination.  Please see the attached letter for full details. 
February 13, 2014 - 11:35am •
Do you know your GLBT history? Test your knowledge in this workshop.
February 13, 2014 - 11:29am •
North West Territories The Human Rights Act prohibits discrimination on the grounds of gender identity which is defined as including transgendered persons and those who identify with or live as a gender that is different from their biological sex. It covers employment, tenancy, public services, memberships in trade unions, and publications. (2004)
February 13, 2014 - 11:21am •
In September 2007, the Prime Minister appointed David Brown to the Ontario Superior Court in the Toronto area. Brown represented anti-gay and anti-abortion views in a handful of court cases and wrote legal documents on the "sanctity of life." Freedom of choice groups were understandably miffed. This is just one reason why Canadians should dump Prime Minister Stehpen Harper. Read all 60 reasons here.
February 13, 2014 - 11:14am •
A guide to ensuring safe schools and harrassment-free workplaces for the LGBT community. 
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