BC's union for professionals

The PEA is a labour union. Its constitution sets out similar objectives, and labour law gives it the same rights and obligations to represent its members in collective bargaining as apply to other labour unions in British Columbia.

 News and Media

National Day of Mourning
MLA Macdonald concerned with reductions of mining staff
On Thursday, April 16, 2015 Norm Macdonald, opposition critic for Energy and Mines, decried the ongoing reduction in licensed science officers in the provincial government during estimates for the Ministry of Energy and Mines. Read more »

Media Release: Government Continues to Cut Licensed Science Officers in the Provincial Public Service, According to Professional Employees Association (PEA)
VICTORIA, BC - A year ago, a report issued warnings over the steady decline of licensed science officers employed by the provincial government. A year later, further cuts continue to erode the number of science officers entrusted to keep British Columbia's most valuable natural resources sustainable and safe. Read more »

Privacy Commissioners raise concerns about Bill C-51
Media Release: The PEA supports Mount Polley Panel’s call for robust regulatory framework
Victoria, BC: The Mount Polley Independent Expert Engineering Investigation and Review Panel highlighted need for a more robust regulatory framework in their final report on the cause of the tailings pond breach. The report is the results of an inquiry, which the Professional Employees Association (PEA) participated in through a written submission. Read more »

 Chapter News

April 21, 2015
HSP - Health Science Professionals
April 20, 2015
ORL - Okanagan Regional Librarians
April 16, 2015
SMS - St. Margaret's School
April 14, 2015
FMEP - Family Maintenance Enforcement Program Lawyers
April 8, 2015
GLP - Government Licensed Professionals
March 30, 2015
FMEP - Family Maintenance Enforcement Program Lawyers
March 30, 2015
GLP - Government Licensed Professionals

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