PEI deputy ministers will no longer receive benefits for two pension years for every one year of work, but government wants to increase base pay by $50,000.
Arguments fail to convince the Supreme Court of Canada to rule in favour of contributors to employment insurance.
Compensation for claimants should be received by the end of July 2014.
For the second time this year, Tony Clement, president of the Treasury Board, has his figures proven wrong on the federal public service sick leave program.
For every ten per cent increase in union membership, there would be a projected decline in income inequality between 2.5 and 3 percent.
Visa Centre staff join growing number of Vancity BCGEU/NUPGE members.
"I’m so thankful to see all of our members on the front lines and behind the scenes doing everything they can to keep people and their homes out of harm’s way." — Michelle Gawronsky, MGEU President.
There are approximately 500 drownings/year in Canada.
Quality public services are vital to the health of our communities.
“Government decision-makers need to act now to reduce the potential for violence. Until significant changes are made, the safety of the public, inmates and corrections staff is at risk." — Bob Bymoen SGEU Presdient.
Productive first meeting for BCGEU President and B.C. Premier.
"We urge the government to come to the table in good faith, clearly understanding the role public service workers play in strengthening our society and our economy, to negotiate fair wages and working conditions." — James Clancy, NUPGE National President.
“The U.S. Supreme Court decision is disturbing to both U.S. and Canadian workers. It gives further fodder to those anti-union corporate extremists and right-wing politicians on both sides of the border to continue their ongoing assault on labour rights and the ability of unions to effectively represent working people.”
Collective agreement brings wages up, establishes fair working conditions and procedures in the workplace.
Federal Court rules that the Conservative government's cuts to health care are "cruel and unusual treatment" and amount to violations of equality rights in Canada.