'The time for major changes in the management of the Agency is long overdue.' - Joan Jessome.
There has been an increase of more than 50 per cent in demand for Charlottetown's women's shelter.
Four unions have reached a settlement with the BC government that provides compensation for community social services workers who lost job security provisions under the Liberal government's 2002 contract-breaking legislation known as Bill 29.
NAPE says home care and support services for persons with disabilities must be addressed in Newfoundland and Labrador.
'NAPE has been telling government for many years that there are systemic problems.' - Carol Furlong.
New survey by Statistics Canada says more than 80% were fleeing an abusive situation.
Community-based women's shelters look to the international scene to find solutions that help women escape domestic violence.
'A devastating impact on women, particularly those living in poverty, women of colour, Aboriginal women, and other marginalized women.' - HSABC
'Sandwich generation' needs help coping simultaneously with children and aging parents.'
'The employer wants to weaken layoff language in our collective agreement and we’re not prepared to accept any take aways.'