“Today, we are demanding the federal and provincial governments, make health care a greater priority by increasing its funding, by ensuring the money is used properly and by investing in the people who save lives every day. Combined, these things will help save the entire system.” — Bert Blundon, NUPGE President

(2023-01-24)Read more

"After much hard work and consideration, we are proud to have this modern visual identity to represent our union. The new tagline — Unions for public good — sums up our mission: Unions coming together to make things better for all of us. That's what we, and our 425,000 members, do every day." — Bert Blundon, NUPGE President

(2023-01-22)Read more

"We're thrilled with the success of this conference. The feedback we're hearing is that participants didn't want the sessions to end and want a longer conference next time. In our books, that's a great indication for future conferences." ― Bert Blundon, NUPGE President

(2022-11-29)Read more

“We already represent hundreds of thousands of health care professionals across the country. MAHCP strengthens NUPGE’s voice as one of the largest health care and public sector unions in Canada.” — Bert Blundon, NUPGE President

(2022-10-19)Read more

In the immediate aftermath of the storm hitting Atlantic Canada, NUPGE issued a statement of solidarity and extended condolences to all who have suffered loss and damage. NUPGE called on the federal government to immediately step forward and commit to helping the people of the Atlantic provinces rebuild. Yesterday, the federal government announced an aid package.

(2022-10-05)Read more

“The hope is that the employer will do the right thing and take the concessions off the table, so we can get a deal and our members can get back to caring for the children.” — Kyle Ross, MGEU President

(2022-10-05)Read more

“It is too bad this government made us go to court twice to get a contract that could have been achieved much sooner at the bargaining table.” — Kyle Ross,  MGEU President

(2022-05-24)Read more

“Our primary focus for those affected today is ensuring our members can find employment within the government. Our members, their families, and many others in Portage, are justifiably worried about what this closure will mean for them and their community." Kyle Ross, MGEU President

(2022-03-30)Read more

"We need this government to invest in our public services and public programs, not cut them.” — Kyle Ross, MGEU President

(2021-12-08)Read more

“The announcement about the repeal of the PSSA and the government’s stated intention to take a ‘different approach’ should translate into meaningful change at the bargaining table immediately. Public workers who have kept Manitoba’s public services running through the pandemic should be treated fairly.” — Kyle Ross, MGEU President

(2021-11-30)Read more

“NUPGE’s Leadership Development School is an important part of labour education for our activists. Conducting the school online does limit some networking potential, but the issues facing our leaders cannot wait until after the pandemic.” ― NUPGE President, Larry Brown

(2021-11-10)Read more

"There have been no jobs for Hadashville, nothing has filled that void, and we’re back to square one with a site that’s been sitting empty and should have been growing trees this entire time to regenerate our forests.” — MGEU President, Kyle Ross

(2021-11-05)Read more

Larry Brown, President of the National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE), of which the MGEU is a Component, congratulated Ross. "The MGEU/NUPGE has always been a leading voice in our family of unions, and we look forward to adding to our strength with Kyle at our table."

(2021-10-22)Read more

"Congratulations to all the winners of our 2021 scholarships. All entries were excellent and showcased the impressive abilities and wide interests of Canadian students. We wish the winners and entrants the best of luck as they pursue their education and eventual careers.” — Larry Brown, NUPGE President

(2021-10-07)Read more

“The study is a huge caution flag. Members are warning this government that the privatization road they’re going down will either increase costs to Manitobans or sacrifice road safety in our province.” — Michelle Gawronsky, MGEU President

(2021-08-25)Read more

“MGEU/NUPGE is thrilled to begin working with this new local to ensure they have a strong voice and receive the respect they deserve while on the job." — Michelle Gawronsky, MGEU President

(2021-07-09)Read more

The Public Services Sustainability Act (Bill 28) is unconstitutional, as it denies public sector workers their Charter rights to sit down and negotiate fair wage increases with their employer.

(2021-06-14)Read more

“Now, the crisis in this workplace has deteriorated to the point that patient care was placed at risk.  We’ve been calling for City and WFPS leadership to step in and correct this behaviour because emergency medical services are too important to allow this situation to continue." — Michelle Gawronsky, MGEU President

(2021-05-11)Read more

Take Action: Send a message to the government  — Keep our parks public!

(2021-04-26)Read more