The National Union of Public and General Employees joins with its sisters and brothers in the labour movement in calling for greater assistance for the Syrian refugees.
"This, Sisters and Brothers, is the most meaningful and exciting Labour Day I’ve ever experienced. Never before have we been so close to electing a government that stands for all Canadians, not just the rich ones." — James Clancy, NUPGE National President
"We need a government that understands the financial struggles of Canadians, not a government that thinks that most families earnings are in the $120,000 range, as our Prime Minister said a few days ago." — James Clancy, NUPGE National President
“This decision to order mass arrest demonstrated a lack of understanding of the right to public protest." — John Hamilton, retired judge
“The fact that these projects — ones that P3 proponents see as successful — are experiencing these problems shows why it’s time to pull the plug on P3 privatization schemes.” — James Clancy, National President NUPGE
“Our message in this election is ‘we can do better.' Whether it's protecting health care or supporting veterans, we don’t have to accept the status quo.” — NUPGE National President James Clancy
NUPGE members from across the country meet to develop and enhance strategic thinking and planning skills and to learn more about handling organizational change effectively.
Keene, ON (24 Aug. 2015) — Component activists from the National Union of Public and General Employees' (NUPGE), along with NUPGE's sister unions in the U.S., Australia and Britain, have gathered for NUPGE’s Leadership Development School. The school, that has taken place for the last 17 years, is designed to develop dynamic leadership within the Components of the National Union.
Ontario government using bafflegab to try to disguise the privatization of Hydro One.
A new report by the Public Services Foundation of Canada shows that our provincial jails are chronically overcrowded, with terrible consequences for all of us
"What the most vulnerable people in our communities need is stable funding for the organizations that support them, not a cynical process intended to creates false hope." — James Clancy, NUPGE National President