After five years without a wage increase, BCGEU/NUPGE members of the Native Court Workers and Counselling Association of B.C. are demanding parity.
"The air we all breathe in the region is cleaner because of your work," says BCGEU/NUPGE as workers begin to receive termination notices as B.C.'s AirCare winds down.
“However the closure of the centre and the loss of the important services it provides are a real blow to the community. This is a short-sighted decision that will expose vulnerable youth to even greater risks." — Stephanie Smith, BCGEU President.
The national All Together Now! bus tour visits B.C. for 38-days starting mid-August. Be sure to check it out when the Fairness Express stops in your community!
Visa Centre staff join growing number of Vancity BCGEU/NUPGE members.
Quality public services are vital to the health of our communities.
Productive first meeting for BCGEU President and B.C. Premier.
Health care workers have ratified a new five-year collective agreement by a vote of 64.6 per cent.
The Labour Relations Board decision is good news for BCGEU/NUPGE's new members, who will benefit from the union’s long experience at Broadmead Care.
If you have concerns about your experience at a private career school, you can share your concerns with the Ombudsperson through this online questionnaire. The deadline to provide input is June 20.