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Members working at Hard Rock Casino fought and achieved new gains this round of bargaining. Despite monetary and non-monetary improvements, workers will continue to push for a fair working conditions and to assert their rights. “This is a step forward towards improving working conditions for our members at Hard Rock. We will continue to support our members in their fight for fairness and living wages,” says REVP for the PSAC-NCR, Greg McGillis.

Name: Hayley Millington

Bargaining Unit: PA

Component: UNE

Work location: Gatineau, Quebec

Your job (describe briefly the type of work you do):

Fraud Analyst and Investigator

Your union position & activities (e.g. elected positions, union committees, local responsibilities, etc.):

Human Rights Rep for local 70263 and Component National Equity Representative for Women

Your message to members:

Check out our materials on knowing your political rights as a PSAC member. 

PSPC set to award contracts to speed up Phoenix pay processing, says Linklater, as unions protest third anniversary

By EMILY HAWS      MAR. 6, 2019


Union members have ‘had it,’ says PSAC president Chris Aylward, as damages talks set to continue on March 8.

Movie Screening of Indian Horse

In Commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Racism, PSAC-NCR’s Racially Visible Action Committee and the Indigenous Action Circle will screen Indian Horse.