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Union of Health and
Environment
Workers
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2781 Lancaster Road, Suite 400
Ottawa, Ontario K1B 1A7
T. 1(613) 731-5533
1-833-731-5533
F.(613) 526-5537
  • UHEW survey

    The Union of Health and Environment Workers wants to hear from you!

    We are the Union of Health and Environment Workers, a Component of the Public Service Alliance of Canada. Our Component provides services to our members in the following departments and agencies: Environment and Climate Change Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canadian Forest Service of Natural Resources Canada, Health Canada, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch of Indigenous Services Canada, Impact Assessment Agency of Canada, Public Health Agency of Canada and separate employers such as Freshwater Fish Marketing Corporation and All Nations Healing Hospital.

    We have created this survey to help us help you. We want to offer you tools that will help you to get know your Union, your representatives and find information on issues important to you. We want to better communicate with you all and find the best medium to do so.

    Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. It is completely anonymous, and the information provided will be invaluable in helping us provide better services to you.

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