Growing American recognition that legislation and regulatory action is required
NUPGE president James Clancy says Canadian correctional workers coping with similar issues
Budget proposes to increase income exemption under the GIS program to 100 per cent of the first $3,500 of employment income
Conservatives tax cut promises total $190 billion in two years
Join an international movement and raise awareness about global warming
'Your government must act.' - NUPGE urges Industry Minister Jim Prentice
NS government announces three-person Expert Committee to review Nova Scotia’s Pension Benefits Act
Group says 'It's Time for Public Child Care'
By Michael Honey
History Professor at the University of Washington, Tacoma
Anti-worker Robert Battista, the point man in Bush’s war on workers
Give more than flowers and chocolates this year - help African communities in need.
The National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) is pleased to support the 'Story of Stuff' project. It's message ties into NUPGE's long standing work on globalization and the environment.
Send the Finance Minister your thoughts and ideas about why child care services are important for children and families and Canada’s economy.
Employment has increased 10 times faster among older workers aged 55 and over than among workers aged 25 to 54
New Brunswick Child and Youth Advocate, Richard, makes recommendations for child protection services. Child Protection workers across Canada have already identified these issues from their own experiences. Now governments need to act!
(Apr 15, 2008) -- 'No longer can governments be allowed to ignore the deepening crisis in our nursing home sector. The care of Canada’s seniors, now so shamefully neglected, must become a top priority for all of us.'
Equal Pay Coalition uses anniversary to call for action to end widespread gender pay discrimination in Ontario
Appeal in a 2007 decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal to Court to determine the appropriate conduct of employers managing employee pension funds