Demonstrators appeal to outgoing and incoming premiers to step in and resolve the long impasse.
The impact on public employees will stretch far beyond the two-year freeze proposed by the province – all for the benefit of already-wealthy corporations.
'Needless to say, this had been a difficult bargaining climate.'
Wage increases, better shift premiums, special projects, market adjustment and scheduling improvements.
The BCGEU is supporting the investigation by the Representative for Children and Youth into the tragic situation in Chilliwack involving a 15-year-old girl with Down Syndrome found alone with her dead mother.
14 young people have taken their lives in the Sarnia area alone this year.
Talks continue with new deadline set for Nov. 17 at three work sites in Eastern Ontario.
Discussions planned this week on key issue of essential services.
NAPE president questions whether Premier Danny Williams has any understanding of issues at stake.
'Polling has told us the public values the public services they receive.' - Joan Jessome.