Putting Canadians first by addressing the climate emergency
September 1, 2021
We are facing an unprecedented climate emergency around the world, and time is running out to take action. This election is Canada’s opportunity to elect a government that will rise to the challenge by urgently reducing our dependence on fossil fuels, ensuring a just transition to jobs in renewable energy for workers and our munities, and addressing environmental racism. Pledge to vote for a candidate who will address the climate emergency by putting people first.
Take Action: Vote
August 30, 2021
Vote. Vote. Vote. Vote for our North. Vote for our future and the future of generations to e. Let’s make our voice heard. This election is unlike any other. While we’re doing much better, thanks to all frontline workers, our munities face the risk of the pandemic’s fourth wave. It’s crucial to stay informed and know how to cast your vote safely. From mail ballots to early voting, there are many options. If you have not already done so, I invite you to register now: www.elections.ca. (Elections Canada website) My friends, vote. Please vote. Never underestimate the power of your voice.
2021 Federal Party Records
August 23, 2021
PSAC has taken a look at the records of the five main parties on issues that PSAC members have told us are important to them. Voters are beginning to think about which parties will support workers, their munities, and set the course for Canada’s pandemic recovery. A solid indicator of what a party is going to do is in what they’ve already done. They’ve made promises before. Have they kept them? If they weren’t in power to keep them, did they still take action to influence the government? Take a look for yourself.