Union activists from across New Brunswick gathered for the Spring Training Session.
The union is concerned a provincial Commission will recommend combining ODSP with Ontario Works in its final report in June.
Robin Hood and his merry activists take to streets across from Parliament Building in support of the Robin Hood Tax. UPDATED
Home support workers on the verge of strike over issues such as hours of work, travel, wages and benefits.
According to the Parliamentary Budget Officer, Kevin Page, Old Age Security is sustainable - despite what the Harper government is telling you.
“This week is a special time to recognize the life-saving work of the province’s emergency medical services professionals,” stated Furlong
Facilities (health) talks resume this week: employers slow to disclose data essential to making progress on key issues
Vancouver (22 May 2012) - After a scheduled two-week break, negotiations for a new Facilities collective agreement in British Columbia resume.
"We are committed to achieving binding arbitration, where outstanding issues are settled by an independent third party." - Trent Edwards, SGEU bargaining committee co-chair.
Bargaining for PEI health care workers moves forward.
Charlottetown (16 May 2012) - Negotiations continue toward a new collective agreement between the PEI Union of Public Sector Employees (PEIUPSE/NUPGE) and the Department of Health.
"Wherever and whenever you need them, NAPE is there. Every day. For your day."