“There is nothing convenient about having almost 200 government liquor stores closed on Sunday when almost all other retailers are open. That makes no sense. The public stores offer the best selection and the lowest prices.” - Darryl Walker, BCGEU President.
The National Union is encouraging it members and all Canadians to once again show their support and raise awareness of the national tragedy of murdered and missing Aboriginal women and girls.
Closure will result in the dissolution of NBUPPE/NUPGE's Local 701 consisting of 32 members.
Rally participants will be demanding a moratorium on layoffs in the CAS sector and that the Liberals provide the necessary funding so that workers can continue to protect the most vulnerable kids and youth in Ontario.
"We have exciting work ahead, full of new conversations about how to make our country, our communities, our workplaces and our lives better. And we want you to continue to be part of it!" - James Clancy, NUPGE National President.
"Clean water is fundamental to how all Manitobans live, work and play.” - Michelle Gawronsky, MGEU President.
Government must include way for public service workers to provide input into review process.
This is what solidarity looks like! Québec brewery workers send Labatt AB InBev a strong message: "We will not be divided."
"The voters of London West deserve no less than to hear from candidates on the issue of a moratorium on job cuts.'" - Warren (Smokey) Thomas, OPSEU President.
In the ongoing fight for labour rights for agricultural workers, UFCW Canada submits an application for workers in Saint-Nicolas, Québec.
“The Premiers’ statement provides a welcome new voice in the campaign to seek justice for these missing and murdered women,” said BCGEU President Darryl Walker.
Bargaining to gear up for round of negotiations in September.
“Paul’s vigorous defence and promotion of labour rights throughout his career has not only resulted in greater workplace protection for Canada’s most vulnerable workers, but has also led to a greater awareness amongst Canadians that labour rights are human rights.”
Court decision provides significant improvements to the working conditions, wages and benefits for casual workers employed by the provincial government.
"Hard pressed parents, who must return to work to provide for their families are left with just non-regulated spots. YOYO childcare systems do not leave them “with a choice” but rather with “no other choice”.