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Communications Service

The Communications Service consists of four branches. The information branch provides advice, shares expertise, and develops forecasts to meet the needs of the CSN, and its federations and Regional Councils, through the development of information and public relations strategies and by producing relevant resources. It is also responsible for the CSN’s publishing policy, as it applies to all departments. The documentation branch is responsible for establishing a documentation policy, archiving documents, and the sale of various publications. The printing branch is responsible for printing various documents (brochures, magazines, posters, stickers, leaflets, etc.), which are then distributed by the distribution branch. Finally, the distribution branch is responsible for shipping all union material across the regions.