By scrapping the plan for a P3 privatization scheme the Township of Mapleton saved between $2 million and $3 million.
The NUPGE paper released today identifies some of the key considerations that workers and their unions should be thinking about when it comes to WFH — as both a temporary and possibly-permanent arrangement.
A paper outlining considerations for workers and their unions regarding work-from-home arrangements.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced the urgency of these crises and their unequal impacts across regions and communities. The pandemic has also shown us that we can tackle crises when there is political will and social solidarity.
The pandemic has underscored our collective responsibility to look out for one another and ensure that nobody is left behind — and how we are stronger when we do.
“As we face a climate emergency, this committee will play an integral role in advancing our union’s work on urgent environmental and climate change issues.” — Larry Brown, NUPGE President
“We are humbled by their bravery and grateful for their sacrifices.” — Larry Brown, NUPGE President
“It’s time to stand up for all Indigenous people all across Turtle Island.” — Molly Wickham (Sleydo'), Wet'suwet'en spokesperson
Women and marginalized communities are more likely to experience negative effects of environmental and climate change and to face barriers in adapting.
A backgrounder on the gendered impacts of environmental and climate change, and women's contributions to sustainability.