Community Living BC workers negotiate improvements to collective agreement.
“If mandatory testing and documentation were part of the design approval process, they wouldn’t need to issue this order now." — Stephanie Smith, BCGEU President.
More staff needed in ministry to support industry growth.
“The strength of the strike vote reflects the commitment of our members to negotiate a fair and reasonable collective agreement." — Paul Finch, BCGEU Treasurer.
Video shows how B.C.’s child and family welfare system is falling apart, putting vulnerable children, youth and families at risk.
"What makes UBC Childcare special is the dedication and patience of BCGEU/NUPGE early childhood educators who bring out the best in the kids they care for." — Andrea Duncan, BCGEU Vice-President.
“The government should act immediately on the Auditor’s recommendations and provide the direction and resources to address the problems she has highlighted.” — Dean Purdy, BCGEU Vice-President, Corrections and Sheriff Services.
Overwhelming strike vote by BCGEU/NUPGE members demonstrates commitment to bargaining a fair contract.
New contract ensures native courtworkers receive wage parity with others doing comparable work.
"Government must ensure our members are never again subjected to deeply flawed investigations that lead to unfair firings,“ says BCGEU/NUPGE President Stephanie Smith