On April 16, Equal Pay Day, we continue the push for women's equality and to end gender-based wage discrimination.
“By speaking with Ministers Cadieux and McRae, we were able to express our members’ frustrations, and to lobby for our members’ rights and their working conditions,” says Darryl Walker, BCGEU President.
If you work in a courthouse in Ontario, fill out this online survey to ensure you have the proper protection to do your job safely.
MGEU/NUPGE members hope conciliation will help achieve a fair and reasonable settlement.
Preparations will now begin to negotiate a new collective agreement for the information technology members.
Together Women Win is the theme of the next Western Regional Summer Institute for Union Women (SIUW). Deadline for registration is June 1.
Negotiations are over for instructors at five B.C. colleges. New contract contains improvements to wages and benefits.
In an open letter, the Bill is described as “a blatant attempt by the Harper government to stack the deck in favour of the Conservatives in the next federal election” and calls on Members of Parliament to “not allow this new elections law to pass without removing the parts that would legalize voter suppression.”
Delegates gather in Saskatoon to elect new representatives and organize on key issues.
"Unions give us more. Something less tangible but more enduring. They give us an idea: the idea that our lives matter." — James Clancy, NUPGE National President.
It is time to stop laying blame on inspectors when accidents happen and instead start questioning why the Ministry isn’t providing the training they know inspectors need.
Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU/NUPGE) reports that many correctional facilities are constructing housing accommodations for the sole purpose of providing temporary living quarters for managers who would be required to stay at the facilities in the event of a labour dispute.
Pam Owen, HSABC/NUPGE member, tells her family's story of trying to navigate the difficult waters of the mental health system.
Two years of negotiations resulting wage increases and some market adjustments for professors.
“Thousands of citizens and service providers rely on these important settlement services. British Columbians deserve to know how our governments intend to fill this service gap." — Darryl Walker, BCGEU President.