What is new under this agreement is that any issues that can not be resolved at the negotiating table will be sent to an independent third-party mediator-arbitrator for a final and binding award.
All members of Local 73 are encouraged to review the question & answer sheet, attend an information session, and discuss the vote with their co-workers and their elected leadership in order to make an informed decision before casting a ballot.
Changes would make coverage accessible to all workers under the Workers Compensation Act.
"Violence against women and children costs Canadian society more than $7 billion a year. You would think those savings would be a huge impetus to make the changes, especially from a government that boasts about its management of the economy." — James Clancy, NUPGE National President
New direct-funding Passport program for people with developmental disabilities is a clear privatization of services.
BCGEU/NUPGE calling for an end to contract flipping in seniors’ care.