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It’s time for a new deal for working people

Normally on Labour Day, people come together to celebrate the contributions of workers and all the important ways that workers keep everyone safe and healthy.

But this year, to keep everyone safe and healthy, there will be no gatherings or public celebrations. Instead, let’s recognize that at every level of response to this pandemic, it's the workers who are getting us through.

June is the time for all of us to celebrate National Indigenous History Month.  It’s the time to pay tribute to the history, heritage and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada.

National Indigenous History Month is a time for familiarizing and understanding Indigenous culture, while also recognizing the important role that First Nations, Métis and Inuit played in the establishment of Canada.

Although during these times we may not be able to be together, we can still share stories, history and culture in many ways that keep us connected.

PSAC wins federal assistance for museum workers

For immediate release

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