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Thanks for all participants. In appreciation for your time, anyone who completed the PSAC North education survey, and provided their name and contact information was entered into a draw for a $100 cash prize. There were two draws per territory. The lucky winners are:



John Mercado, Rankin Inlet

Basja Ellsworth, Iqaluit



Sarah Hyden, Behchoko

Liesbeth Van Blarikom, Yellowknife



Deborah Wren, Whitehorse

Luc Laferté, Whitehorse


Union training at its best! The Union School is open to all members— it provides you with a unique opportunity to gain knowledge and skills while networking with other members from across the North Region.

The theme for this year’s school is “Building Strong Northern Locals.”

Great conversation, learning and developing relationships with members from across all three territories will energize you so that you are prepared to your workplace and locals; ready to empower other members!


Where and When?


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.