Employment security provisions renewed and improved within constraints of provincially-ordered wage freeze.
'Unless the government mandate changes soon we will be at an impasse.' - BCGEU president Darryl Walker.
'We see this round of bargaining as an opportunity for a thoughtful process that will strengthen the system.' - Reid Johnson, HSABC president.
'That's the main issue we want to deal with at the table.' - BCGEU president Darryl Walker.
'Our proposals will focus on winnable issues that resolve long standing inequities.' - BCGEU president Darryl Walker.
Radio ads highlight savings of up to 35% over private stores and a larger selection of popular products.
'Both sides worked together to make the work site a better place for the staff and clients.' - BCGEU president Darryl Walker.
BCGEU says the province should say no to liquor lobbyists, take back the $160 million it is now spending to subsidize private liquor operators and expand the province's network of publicly-run retail stores.
Public liquor stores offer better selection and prices as much as 35% per cent lower than private stores.
Union now represents almost 700 employees at B.C.’s second largest casino.