STEP 1: ATTEND A MANDATORY INFORMATION SESSION IN ITS ENTIRETY
The PSAC constitution requires all members to attend a mandatory information session before they vote. These sessions will be held on GoToWebinar and will allow members to ask questions. The dates and times of the sessions are listed below.
Note, attendance will be tracked, and only those who attended the information session in its entirety, will have their member profile updated on the e-voting system, ensuring that their vote is counted.
If you require any accommodation in order to participate fully in the webinar (such as ASL interpretation), please contact the PSAC Regional office as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 613-714-4829.
Please join the session a few minutes early to make sure you are able to log-in and address any technical problems in advance.
Please note that we strongly encourage you to join the Information Session by web browser (Internet Explorer is not supported by GoToWebinar), or with the GoToWebinar app.
We do not recommend joining by phone unless you have no other option, those joining by phone will not have access to the question box or the visual presentation, and must also complete an additional identification process in order to confirm their attendance and ensure their vote will be counted.
Please ensure to use your personal device to access the Webinar, as the employer's network will often restrict access to GoToWebinar software.
Once you have registered, you may receive an additional email regarding your Union Membership Status. In some situations, PSAC members are not yet, or have ceased being, members in good standing (MIGS) and lose their MIGS status.
Please note that all members of the FB Bargaining Unit are eligible to vote on the strike question.
If you are on extended leave (e.g., long term disability, maternity or parental leave, etc.) you are no longer a member in good standing (MIGS), therefore, you must make a request to remain in good standing to the National President via this online form. Once your request has been approved, please forward the email to email@example.com in order to ensure your vote is counted.
Signing Your Union Card (non-mandatory for a strike vote)
If you have never signed a union card, please fill out a union card online which will update your MIGS status. Following your submission, please forward the email confirmation you will receive to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have difficulty at any time in the process, please contact your PSAC Regional Office at email@example.com or by phone 613-714-4829.
Please click here to register for the session of your choice: https://psac-ncr.com/registrations-fb-group-information-sessions
Registrations will be closed 2 hours prior to the start of each information session. Registrations received after that timeframe will not be processed.
Bargaining Team Member
|Wednesday, June 23||12:00 to 1:00 pm||French||Joey Dunphy|
|Monday, June 28||12:00 to 1:00 pm||English||Charles Khoury|
If you cannot make one of these sessions, please visit the national website for a listing of additional sessions. http://psacunion.ca/fb-strike-votes-and-strike-preparation-webinars
PSAC members for whom we have a personal email, will receive their voter package containing their voting PIN, which will be sent by email on June 14, 2021 from the company authorized to conduct the vote, Intelivote Systems Inc., @Intelivote.com.
If you have not received your PIN by June 15, please contact the regional office vote line at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 613-714-4829.
please check your junk e-mail folder as it could be sent there.
YOU DO NOT NEED YOUR PIN TO REGISTER FOR OR ATTEND AN INFORMATION SESSION - PLEASE REGISTER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
Only after you have attended a mandatory information session in its entirety, will your vote be counted.
The instructions on how to vote will only be provided during the mandatory information session, and will also be provided in your confirmation email of attendance. The confirmation email will be sent 1 hour after the session.
Using your voting PIN, you can vote anytime after attending an information session.
This vote is by secret ballot.