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NUPGE alleges that the two pieces of legislation violate the basic principle of freedom of association as set out in the constitution of the ILO and the ILO Convention No. 87 – Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organize (1948).

(2014-02-14)Read more

Home support workers are trying to negotiate fair wages that reflect the level of care they provide in the community, on par with hospital workers. 

(2014-02-13)Read more

“It breaks my heart that, because of funding shortfalls, I’m not allowed enough time to give seniors and other home support clients the level of care that they need." — Donna Stubbe, community health worker.

(2014-02-13)Read more

Saskatchewan government's divisive approach does nothing to resolve problems and comes at the expense of people's basic rights.

(2014-02-13)Read more

“It is unfortunate that labour relations at Carleton University have come to this,” said OPSEU President, Warren (Smokey) Thomas. “It’s time for the University to make some serious decisions about commitment to campus safety.”

(2014-02-12)Read more

New collective agreements in place for members at two colleges in Manitoba.

(2014-02-12)Read more

The list of missing and murdered women gets longer every year.

(2014-02-11)Read more

The National Union is providing financial contribution to the Russian LGBT Network and encourages others to do likewise.  The Network is doing amazing work in the face of both state repression and street violence. 

(2014-02-11)Read more

 "The government should be doing everything in its power to save lives and promoting agency store expansion is not one of them.”  — Debbie Bovyer, PEIUPSE President.

(2014-02-11)Read more