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Local 70712

Members are organized into Locals, and ours is based in the National Capital Region (Ottawa) and spans 5 buildings across the NCR.
We have about 300 members and are the link between our members and the larger Union structure.
We are the member’s resource for advice and support when they are having trouble in the workplace or just need some answers related to Labour Relations. Locals have the right to services provided by the PSAC such as education, adjudication, legal advice, public relations, central research and negotiation.

The Buildings are

  • S&T Centre :     335 River Road,
  • CEAA :              160 Elgin and all CEAA members across the country
  • NRCan :            580 Booth
  • NWRC :            Carleton University
  • LaSalle :           373 Sussex

We have about 300 members and are the link between our members and the larger Union structure. We are the member’s resource for advice and support when they are having trouble in the workplace or just need some answers related to Labour Relations.  Locals have the right to services provided by the PSAC such as education, adjudication, legal advice, public relations, central research and negotiation.

Union of Health and Environment Workers (UHEW)

The Public Service Alliance of Canada is organized into 17 Components and our Component is the Union of Health and Environment Workers (UHEW).
It is made up of about 5700 members from 40 Locals spread across Canada from coast to coast, North and South.
Responsibilities include processing staffing complaints and grievances, holding triennial conventions, representing members regarding classification problems or working conditions, Labour Relations meetings with the Employer and ensuring the implementation and interpretation of the Collective Agreement signed by the PSAC and Treasury Board Secretariat (TBS).

Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC)

The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) is one of the largest unions in Canada. The PSAC is constantly working to defend Canadians, especially members, and their interests. The PSAC is 187,000 members strong with 1,150 locals (in 2012).
The PSAC-NCR consists of 52,000 members, with 139 locals (2012).
The PSAC works on a National level by countering threats to its members such as contracting out, de-regulation, privatization and devolution practices. PSAC represents members at the adjudication level.
PSAC also uses its power at the bargaining table through political lobbying, direct action, forming alliances with other unions and social justice groups.
The PSAC takes political action and uses mobilization efforts to push back when the quality of our work standards and social lives are at stake.