Acknowledging the vital role that community social service workers play
NUPGE acknowledges the commitment and dedication of workers in the field
Communities acknowledge the vital role that workers play in supporting individuals and families.
Provides members with added security as well as the other benefits of permanent status.
Community social services workers will receive a new bonus early next year thanks to the efforts of the Community Social Services Bargaining Association of Unions (CSSBA), led by the BCGEU.
Government to create province-wide DC plan
Panel calling for a new province-wide pension plan administered by an independent agency
In less than a year four RNs were injured through violent attacks by a patient. The call comes following the last incident at CAMH in which a registered nurse was grabbed and dragged into a washroom by a patient who sexually assaulted her.
The value of Canadian pension plans suffered the largest quarterly decline in a decade as the credit crisis caused equity markets around the world to drop.
Canadian environment groups call on new parliament to cooperate and deliver. Once again Canada has a minority parliament, but it’s clear that the majority of Canadians voted for parties committed to taking stronger action on climate change.
(Nov 11, 2008) -- 'Our challenge is to ensure that a progressive approach of using our common wealth for the common good stirs our collective conscience and becomes the centre of political discourse and policy in this country.'
(Oct 9, 2008) -- 'The Harper platform is a vapid document, full of slogans but lacking a substantive plan to tackle the current economic and social challenges.'
'Time to vote for the party you trust most to deliver a universal, community-based child care system.'
'The work they do is critical but it often goes unrecognized.' - James Clancy
While many Canadian employers face retirement levels of 20% or more over the next five years, most admit that they are not fully prepared to deal with this important issue.
The City of Kingston pleaded guilty and was fined $60,000 in the Ontario Court of Justice yesterday. During the renovation of a public utilities building, workers were exposed to.
Ontario Health Coalition says public health care being undermined by private for-profit clinics