Bert Blundon has a proven track record as a union activist and leader. From the moment in 1986 when he faced police officers and refused to open up a picket line, Blundon has fought for workers' rights, leading many fightback campaigns against privatization, layoffs, anti-worker legislation and cuts to public services.
On behalf of all NAPE members, the union is incredibly proud to donate $10,000 to the association to help them get back to supporting our province’s most vulnerable.
“This has been a long, arduous, and difficult round of bargaining" — Jerry Earle, NAPE President
According to NAPE President Jerry Earle, the agreement includes increases in wages as well as several improvements in contract language.
Picket held at Minister of Health and Community Services to protest privatization of group homes.