Monthly Archives: August 2017

OPSEU college support members ratification vote set for August 29

. “I strongly encourage everyone to support their leadership team which is recommending that members vote yes on August 29.”  — Warren (Smokey) Thomas, OPSEU President

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HSABC members help communities affected by wildfire

Health care professionals, including members of the Health Sciences Association of B.C. (HSABC/NUPGE), have stepped up by asking how they can help their colleagues deliver health in affected regions.

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McNeil drops hammer on NSGEU members

“This is not the end. This is a new beginning and provides us clarity for what we must do. Your work is valuable and deserving of a wage that is fair and representative of your colleagues across the country. Benefits that you have earned over the years should not be legislated away with the swipe of pen from a hand sitting in the Premier’s Office.” — Jason MacLean, NSGEU President.

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McNeil Government interferes: Bargaining moves backward for workers at Sherbrooke Village

“After all the labour havoc they have caused during their last term in office, haven’t they realized they should stay out of the process and stop causing employees such unnecessary distress?” — Jason MacLean, NSGEU President

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OPSEU members score with tentative deal at Canadian Blood Services

“These workers need and deserve the kind of working conditions that will allow them to continue providing the best possible blood services to the people of Ontario — public services that Ontarians can trust and have complete confidence in.” — Warren (Smokey) Thomas, OPSEU President

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New members of NBU sign first contracts

“We will continue to push for [domestic violence leave] in negotiations, with the ultimate goal of it becoming part of the labour laws in our province.” — Susie Proulx-Daigle, NBU President

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'No board’ report triggers strike countdown for OPSEU members at CWSDS

 “One of our top priorities is ensuring our services foster the inclusion and dignity that adults with developmental disabilities have a right to. However, the employer doesn’t think we deserve the same kind of dignity — not when they’re offering us dimes.” — Sue Walker, President, OPSEU Local 249

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NSGEU members at Sherbrooke Village rally for fair contract

“They are proud to be part of the fabric of the local community and the nearby counties. It’s time their hard work and dedication to their jobs be acknowledged with a fair collective agreement.” — Jason MacLean, NSGEU President

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Elizabeth Fry workers says yes to OPSEU – and to a better workplace

“A collective agreement setting out the conditions for a healthy workplace and a healthy living space will put them on a more equal footing with the employer and go a long way to addressing these issues.” — Len Mancini, Chair, OPSEU justice sector

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We will not be silenced. Charlottesville, Virginia

As trade unionists, it is our responsibility to speak out and to act against the threats and violence that come with bigotry and oppression, wherever and whenever they occur.

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