Questionable process by the Saskatchewan Labour Board for SIAST certification vote.
“Our members are the second-lowest paid CMHA employees in the province,” said Tischa Forster, OPSEU Local President. “The employer’s offer doesn’t come close to the industry norms for mental health professionals performing this work.”
Arbitrator awards 7.5 per cent increase over three years to Capital Health health care employees in NSGEU/NUPGE (Local 42); reaffirms principle of leading acute-care wages at CDHA.
MGEU/NUPGE members bargain wage and benefit improvements.
Workers approve contract at three health authorities in Nova Scotia.
National Union young workers from across Canada are meeting in Ottawa to strategize how to build a future with economic justice for all.
Mediation starts for government workers in B.C.
"Minister Kenney is shielding a racist policy under cost-cutting austerity measures and allegations of abuse." - James Clancy, National President, NUPGE
HSAA/NUPGE seeks Labour Board assistance to determine successor collective agreement for Shopper's Drug Mart outpatient pharmacies in Calgary.
Concerns that police departments in Ontario are not pursuing justice for correctional officers when inmates threaten, intimidate or assault staff working in provincial correctional facilities.
House of Commons committee to look more closely at flawed Human Rights Impact Assessment that was conducted on the Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement.
"Our right to be consulted - in a meaningful way - is supported by the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, international law, and, most recently, in Justice Dennis Ball's landmark rulin
Stand up for democracy by joining the June 13 protest agains tthe Conservative's budget bill.
Talks break down in B.C.'s community social services bargaining.
"It is more important than ever to remain vigilant as we see our rights and freedoms being trampled on every day by this Conservative government," said Clancy.
OPSEU/NUPGE members' Save Ontario Place campaign a success!
Capital Health contracts out AV and print services in September 2012.
Monetary proposals tabled– awaiting employer response in community social services bargaining in B.C.
Bargaining continues for 15,000 community social service workers in B.C.
Essential services protocol finalized in B.C. but negotiations continue for government workers.
The Conservative government, with its Parliamentary majority, is pursuing an agenda of fiscal austerity, cuts to public services and jobs and a renewed determination to attack trade union righs, al
Ontario government outsources to U.S. firm again.
Community college academic members begin face-to-face negotiations.
Members to vote on tentative agreement at CapitalCare.
Over $210,000 was collected to support the workers who were killed or injured and their families in the Hampstead accident in February 2012.
PEIUPSE/NUPGE campaign highlights the move away from "compassion and cooperation in favour of a society leaning toward privatization and the elimination of people and services that all Islanders depend on.”