‘”Our involvement at the international level is an important part of our labour leadership and activism.” — Larry Brown, NUPGE President
“Social workers in the BCGEU/NUPGE, who have long advocated for similar changes, stand behind the Representative’s positions on these vital issues.” — Stephanie Smith, BCGEU President
“We look forward to working with our new members and the city of Charlottetown to foster a safe, productive and just workplace culture.” — Karen Jackson, PEIUPSE President
“This is a positive development and one that we hope will lead to a resolution that will be acceptable to our locked out members.” — Jerry Earle, NAPE President
This group of LifeLabs professionals is the first in Ontario to be unionized.
To register for this workshop, HSABC/NUPGE members can visit http://events.hsabc.org/. Vancouver (26 Oct. 2017) — Health Sciences Association of B.C. (HSABC/NUPGE) is offering a workshop for its members who are required to implement the CSA Standard on Psychosocially Healthy and Safe Workplaces, or for members whose workplaces have become a risk to the mental health of the workers.
“Right now, we’re losing millions upon millions of dollars to privatization,” she said. “If we invested that money instead in our health care, our schools, and our social services, imagine the kind of community we could have.” — Sara Labelle, OPSEU Region 3 Vice-President
“When two-tier health care has been permitted, the choice is expensive treatment in private for-profit clinics that most Canadians can’t afford or longer waiting times in the public system.” — Larry Brown, NUPGE President
The National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) is joining with communities and organizations across Ontario in recognizing the valuable contributions made by child care workers and early childhood educators (ECEs) in building strong and supported children, families and communities.
“From the very beginning, our partnership has been united against this unfair, unconstitutional bill — a bill that undermines the collective bargaining rights of thousands of working Manitobans.” — Michelle Gawronsky, MGEU President