Congratulations to Whitney Kujansuu and Tanya Turner on their wins in the NUPGE Swag Photo Contest!
Making sure children aren’t hungry, making sure they can see properly in school, and making sure they get help if they lose a loved one shouldn’t depend on where wealthy individuals or corporations decide to invest.
Small-town business owners in Saskatchewan discuss how the province's liquor privatization scheme is harming local economies.
Government decisions to the emergency management resources contributed to the mishandling of the 2015 wildfire crisis in Saskatchewan.
“Our hope is that people will call on their government representatives to take responsibility for their actions." — Bob Bymoen, SGEU President
Saskatchewan's Provincial Auditor finds extensive use of consultants in government. SGEU urges province to curtail their use.
Supporters of publicly run liquor sales raise concerns about privatization of sector: $2.5 billion is a lot of money to give away to corporate interests that have no commitment to Saskatchewan and will take their profits elsewhere.
NUPGE will appear as intevernor arguing that the right to strike as referred to in the Charter should be interpreted based on Canada's obligations under international labour law.