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  • What's New | Union of Veterans Employees
    Presidents Conference Meeting Minutes Media centre Contact Us Member Benefits Services UVAE Scholarships UVAE Scholarship Winners By Laws Policy Statements Regulations Convention 2014 Bulletins Search National Office 233 Gilmour Street Suite 703 Ottawa ON K2P 0P2 Phone 613 560 5460 Fax 613 237 8282 What s New ELECTION RESULTS Submitted by howarda on Thu 10 30 2014 16 33 Above front row Michelle Bradley NVP Atlantic Region Virginia Vaillancourt NVP Western Region Debi Buell NVP Charlottetown H O Carl Gannon National President Jayne Auranen NEVP Daniel Gaulin NVP Quebec Region Kristin Beauchamp NVP Deer Lodge Centre Zarina Khan NVP Ontario Region Back Row Lisa Ellsworth Alternate NVP Atlantic Region Lisa Nelson Alternate NVP Western Region Toufic El Daher Alternate NVP Quebec Region and E O Coordinator Wanda Quennell Alternate NVP Deer Lodge Centre Sylvia Fenton Alternate NVP Ontario Region Read more about ELECTION RESULTS Français Pages 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next last Forms National Executive Officer Expense Form 30 Family Care Expense Claim Family Care Expense Receipt Links Veterans Affairs Canada Public Service Alliance of Canada PSAC s National Aboriginal Inuit and Métis Network Local 10008 Saint Anne s Hospital French only Canadian Veterans Advocacy

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  • What's New | Union of Veterans Employees
    Presidents Conference Meeting Minutes Media centre Contact Us Member Benefits Services UVAE Scholarships UVAE Scholarship Winners By Laws Policy Statements Regulations Convention 2014 Bulletins Search National Office 233 Gilmour Street Suite 703 Ottawa ON K2P 0P2 Phone 613 560 5460 Fax 613 237 8282 What s New ELECTION RESULTS Submitted by howarda on Thu 10 30 2014 16 33 Above front row Michelle Bradley NVP Atlantic Region Virginia Vaillancourt NVP Western Region Debi Buell NVP Charlottetown H O Carl Gannon National President Jayne Auranen NEVP Daniel Gaulin NVP Quebec Region Kristin Beauchamp NVP Deer Lodge Centre Zarina Khan NVP Ontario Region Back Row Lisa Ellsworth Alternate NVP Atlantic Region Lisa Nelson Alternate NVP Western Region Toufic El Daher Alternate NVP Quebec Region and E O Coordinator Wanda Quennell Alternate NVP Deer Lodge Centre Sylvia Fenton Alternate NVP Ontario Region Read more about ELECTION RESULTS Français Pages 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next last Forms National Executive Officer Expense Form 30 Family Care Expense Claim Family Care Expense Receipt Links Veterans Affairs Canada Public Service Alliance of Canada PSAC s National Aboriginal Inuit and Métis Network Local 10008 Saint Anne s Hospital French only Canadian Veterans Advocacy

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  • Quoi de neuf | Syndicat des employé-e-s des Anciens combattants
    sur le réaménagement des effectifs d ACC SEAC Procès verbaux des rencontres du CCSPN Conférence nationale des présidentes et des présidents des sections locales Médias Contactez Nous Bénéfices Services Programme de bourses Gagnant e s de la bourse Règlements Énoncés de principe Règles Congrès 2014 Recherche Bureau national 233 rue Gilmour bureau 703 Ottawa Ontario K2P 0P2 Téléphone 613 560 5460 Télécopieur 613 237 8282 Quoi de neuf RÉSULTATS DES ÉLÉCTIONS Soumis par howarda le ven 10 31 2014 16 19 Première rangée Michelle Bradley VPN Région de l Atlantique Virginia Vaillancourt VPN Région de l Ouest Debi Buell VPN Bureau central de Charlottetown Carl Gannon Président national Jayne Auranen vice présidente exécutive nationale Daniel Gaulin VPN Région du Québec Kristin Beauchamp VPN Centre Deer Lodge Zarina Khan VPN Région de l Ontario Lire la suite de RÉSULTATS DES ÉLÉCTIONS English Pages 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 suivant dernier Formulaires Demande de remboursement pour les membres de l exécutif national Formulaire 30 Formulaire de réclamation des dépenses de garde familiale Reçu pour frais de garde familiale Liens Anciens Combattants Canada Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada Réseau national autochtone inuit et métis de l AFPC

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  • About UVAE | Union of Veterans Employees
    Manitoba In 1966 the Department of Veterans Affairs Employees National Association DVAENA formally merged with the DVA membership of the Civil Service Association of Canada to form the Department of Veterans Affairs Component now known as the Union of Veterans Affairs Employees under the Public Service Alliance of Canada The Component works on behalf of federal members employed in 15 occupational groups These members are grouped into 31 Locals and 14 additional geographical areas which are affiliated to regional or district offices UVAE represents approximately 450 Hospital Services HS members working mainly at the Ste Anne de Bellevue Veterans Hospital Their duties involve diagnostic and rehabilitative treatment assistance to pathologists dentists nurses therapists and laboratory technicians Some of them are in the sub group responsible for the cleaning and care of wards operating rooms duties associated with the provision of janitorial custodial building laundry stores food and other services The 690 Welfare Programs WP members counsel veterans and their families seeking benefits and interpret for them the provision of acts and regulations to determine the benefits to which they are entitled Other members represented by UVAE are in the Engineering and Scientific Support EG group These laboratory technicians conduct various tests such as blood tests Clerical and Regulatory CR group members number 900 and are employed in the benefit delivery system and central registries at head office regional and district offices throughout the country Members in our Local at Deer Lodge Centre have a long tradition of excellence in service to our country s veterans dating back to World War I Today their expertise focuses on creating a holistic patient oriented environment for geriatric care The staff at Deer Lodge Centre is dedicated to continuing the tradition of service by developing innovative programs and serving as a research teaching and

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  • President's Message | Union of Veterans Employees
    we serve I must admit that things have evolved quite a bit since we first offered services to our membership The many changes brought about in the Federal Public Service made us become proactive with Union Management Committees which in turn have brought forth positive changes The various meetings often permit us to clarify certain situations answer questions and prevent the running of the rumour mill As Union rank and file you are in charge To exist we need you to get involved in the matters of the Union The services that we offer are mainly dictated by your requests and interests It is becoming more and more stressful to work for the Federal Public Service or a Separate Employer Overcoming challenges and dealing with issues is equally stressful You have the right to be more demanding Whether we are talking about work life balance employment equity staffing classification or the major changes the employer is requesting in the way you provide service to clients the challenge remains the same Your Union must remain in direct communication with you the member whether at the local regional or national level The UVAE elected officers and UVAE members must work together and be at the forefront of this joint effort in order to promote the interests of all workers Whether it is serving our veterans peacekeepers reservists the armed forces or the RCMP our members face daily challenges in order to give clients the service they deserve Women and men who face today s conflicts often return home with physical or psychological after effects and require help and care They fight to ensure a world of peace and freedom They deserve our gratitude I must point out that the service you provide is of the utmost quality However our work is far

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  • Our History | Union of Veterans Employees
    bargaining rights Frustration among civil service workers with what they perceived as government stalling began to boil over in the mid 1960s Part of the problem was the fact that the workers had few avenues through which they could command a government s attention as federal and provincial employees with the exception of those in Saskatchewan did not have the legal right to strike In 1964 discussions were opened to create one national organization of veterans affairs employees This idea attracted J C Carlo a veteran of World War II working as a clerk with the Department of Veterans Affairs in Quebec who had a vision of not only one union for his department but also one union for all federal workers As the President of the Department of Veterans Affairs Employees National Association J C Carlo convened a meeting of all other federal government association leaders of which the majority were veterans in early 1966 to discuss the formation of one union to represent all federal workers Later that year founding conventions were held for our new Component the Department of Veterans Affairs Component and our new union the Public Service Alliance of Canada Of course we all know now that J C Carlo a veteran of World War II was the first National President of DVAC The first National President of PSAC Claude Edwards was also a veteran and a member of DVAENA Long before the Government passed legislation in 1966 to provide for collective bargaining activists and leaders were already building our union the Public Service Alliance of Canada And yes Brothers and Sisters a UVAE member Brother J C Carlo helped to lead the charge J C Carlo a veteran of World War II is in fact the Grandfather of the Public Service Alliance of Canada Can you believe that the majority of members in our union during that time were all veterans Yes the Government of Canada did pass legislation to introduce collective bargaining but they did it to appease the workers and the veterans associations on one hand and to control them with the other The Federal Government introduced and passed the Public Service Staff Relations Act and the Public Service Employment Act in 1966 but our Component DVAC and our union the Public Service Alliance of Canada was united and ready for them when they did The last thirty years have not been easy for our members or the Department The Government s decision to phase out or close most of the hospitals was a severe shock but we have survived We changed our name in 1990 to the Union of Veterans Affairs Employees We saw a large portion of our members regionalized to picturesque Prince Edward Island and lovely Kirkland Lake and the Department changed names to Veteran Affairs Canada As our veterans aged and died the whispers of our Department being reorganized or disappearing began to surface And then a very surprising thing happened To paraphrase Mark Twain the rumours of

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  • National Office Contacts | Union of Veterans Employees
    233 Gilmour Street Suite 703 Ottawa ON K2P 0P2 Phone 613 560 5460 Fax 613 237 8282 Email gannonc psac com Jayne Auranen National Executive Vice President 233 Gilmour Street Suite 703 Ottawa ON K2P 0P2 Phone 613 560 5460 Fax 613 237 8282 Email auranej psac com Debi Buell National Vice President Charlottetown H O VAC Audit Evaluation Div I B 49 Water Street Charlottetown PE C1A 1A3 Phone 902 566 8042 Fax 902 566 8343 Email Debi Buell vac acc gc ca Michelle Bradley National Vice President Atlantic Region VAC 189 Prince William Street 5th floor Saint John NB E2L 2B9 Phone 506 636 4082 Fax 506 636 4788 Email nvpatlantic gmail com Daniel Gaulin National Vice President Quebec Region Ste Anne s Hospital 305 Boul des Anciens Combattants Ste Anne de Bellevue QC H9X 1Y9 Phone 514 457 2386 Fax 514 457 7010 Email dangaulin hotmail com Zarina Khan National Vice President Ontario Billings Tower 2323 Riverside Drive Ottawa ON K1A 0P5 Phone 613 998 1244 Fax 613 998 1241 Email nvpontario gmail com Virginia Vaillancourt National Vice President Western Region 320 1321 Blanshard Street Victoria BC V8W 3B3 Phone 250 588 3487 Fax 250 363 3231 Email nvpwest gmail com Kristin Beauchamp National Vice President Deer Lodge Centre 2109 Portage Avenue Winnipeg MB R3J 0L3 Phone 204 513 0760 Fax 204 889 8859 Email kristin beauchamp yahoo com Toufic El Daher Equal Opportunity Coordinator Complexe Samuel Holland 830 avenue Ernest Gagnon 3e étage bureau 305 Québec QC G1S 3R3 Phone 418 805 9630 Fax 418 Email toufic el daher hotmail com Anne Howard Administrative Assistant 233 Gilmour Street Suite 703 Ottawa ON K2P 0P2 Phone 613 560 5460 Fax 613 237 8282 Email howarda psac afpc com Heidi Temelie Administrative Support 233 Gilmour Street Suite 703

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  • NBoD Mission Statement | Union of Veterans Employees
    Fax 613 237 8282 Home About UVAE NBoD Mission Statement NBoD Mission Statement Submitted by howarda on Thu 01 31 2013 10 51 The National Board of Directors stands united in its determination to return to our members a sense of pride in their union a belief in the principles of trade unionism and a confidence in their elected leaders Attachment Mission Statement of NBoD pdf Français Forms National Executive

    Original URL path: http://www.uvae-seac.ca/en/node/84 (2015-04-05)
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