Community Services Sector

The Community Services Sector (CSS) is compiled of approximately 800 members in a total of 35 bargaining units across Saskatchewan. The CSS provides a wide array of services to the members of the community.

AIL Additional Member Benefits at NO COST!

The SGEU Community Services Sector has a, no-cost Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) benefit through American Income Life Insurance Company (AIL in Canada).  This benefit covers all members in the Community Services Sector, as well as added benefit coverage for spouses/partners and dependent children under the age of 19.

Members who return the response card will be contacted by an AIL representative to arrange a convenient time to deliver the no-cost benefits and explain additional supplemental insurance programs that are available to the member.  For more FAQ`s click here.

AIL, in business for over 25 years in Canada, is a 100% union insurance company dedicated to working families.

To fill in your beneficiary response card, go to:  www.ailife.com/



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Shelley Mandin bargaining chair of the Battlefords Trade and Education Centre (BTEC) bargaining unit presents a cheque for $500 to Mona Leece, BTEC executive director from SGEU’s CSS sector. The cheque is for BTEC's building fund. BTEC is building a new facility to bring two programs in to one building to better serve clients. BTEC runs day programs for adults with intellectual disabilities





CSS Bargaining Units

By Services Provided

Provincial Standing Committee Members

Community Services Sector Executive Members

CSS Contact Information

324 Mount Royal Place
Regina, SK S4T 7X9
Phone: (306) 761-2607
Email: css.sec@gmail.com

CSS Bylaws

Click here for the Community Services Sector Bylaws.

"We're Worth More!" Campaign

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