The Union of National Employees exits Administration

Under the leadership of the Union of National Employees (UNE) National President Alisha Campbell and with the support of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) Administrator John Gordon and Assistant Administrator Mark Pecek, UNE exits administration. 

Today marks the beginning of a new chapter for the Union and makes history in unionism and the Labour movement in Canada as the PSAC National Board of Directors voted the Union out of Administration.

For the first time in Canadian history a Black and Indigenous woman holds the office of National President of a union and a Black woman is the National Executive Vice President at the same time.

“I’m excited about the path set forward by our delegates at our 2023 UNE Convention when they elected a new National Executive to steer them out of Trusteeship and I am grateful for the support and guidance PSAC has provided us since October 2023” declared UNE National President Alisha Campbell.

UNE is one of fifteen components within PSAC and represents nearly 27,000 workers across the country and in embassies and consulates around the world. For more information, visit the UNE’s website