Representing Workers at Selkirk College

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The Public and Private Workers of Canada (PPWC) is a fiercely democratic, independent union with a very proud history. For almost sixty years, the PPWC has fought hard to expand its membership to education, hospitality and health care workers.

PPWC Local 26 represents hundreds of workers at Selkirk College in Castlegar, British Columbia.  It is a labour union of democracy, social justice and equity that fights for workers’ rights and defends a public education system that is progressive, properly funded and forward thinking.

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PPWC Local 26 News

Election Reminder

Hello PPWC members! Reminder that we have an upcoming election, starting on Monday, October 24th. You are registered to vote! This ballot ends on October 28th, 2022 at 17:00 America/Vancouver. […]

Happy Canada Day!

Canada Day, observed on July 1 every year, is a national holiday marking the anniversary of Confederation in 1867 when the British North American Act came into effect. It was […]

Spring 2022

Download Here Welcome Letters from New President and Second Vice-President A Big Goodbye (and thank you) from Gary Fiege Monika Patel – Mass Timber as a Great Option for Construction […]

Old Challenges, New Opportunities: The Proud Story of the PPWC

A recent documentary has been produced by the PPWC, which focuses on its proud history and its struggle for workers’ rights, environmental sustainability and social justice. Be sure to watch it in HD by clicking on the tiny circle in the bottom right corner when the video starts and then switch to 1080p HD.

For half a century, the PPWC has maintained its core principles through times good and bad. Predicting the slowdown in the pulp and paper industry in Canada, the union has fought hard to expand its membership to education, hospitality and health care workers.

At its most recent convention, members debated a move that would change the direction of the union forever, a new name that would symbolize its move towards younger workers in developing industries.

The documentary, directed by Sean Cain, was selected to play at the Canadian Labour International Film Festival.

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