New dates have been added to the bargaining schedule in order to reach a new contract.
Liquor Store Workers
“We think the government’s decision to sell off the LDB warehouses is dead wrong. Still, we’re pleased we were able to win protection for our members,” said BCGEU President Darryl Walker.
"Instead of just listening to Don Drummond, the Premier should seek input from OPSEU/NUPGE members who contribute so much to the quality of Ontario public services. We are the solution and through engagement we can help.” - Warren (Smokey) Thomas, OPSEU President.
“British Columbia already has the leanest provincial public sector in Canada. But this government continues to slash,” says Darryl Walker, President of the BCGEU/NUPGE.
“We are ready to get to the bargaining table to negotiate collective agreements that reflect the value of the vital services our members provide to the people of Newfoundland and Labrador.”
“What we have in Ontario is privatization of alcohol sales by stealth,” Christianson concluded. “We’re losing out on millions of dollars that could be spent on public services.”
'The facts clearly show that privatization of liquor stores in New Brunswick is just bad public policy.'
'One of many studies that shows the connection between the proliferation of private liquor stores and alcohol-related disease and deaths.'
Premier David Alward has ordered provincial liquor corporation to reduce its budget by 2% in 2011.
Pay equity will eventually be assured for all LCBO employees under the Pay Equity Act of Ontario.