USB professors continue to try to reach a settlement until strike date.
A cautious, stay-the-course budget with little substantial change from the previous years.
A new radio ad campaign is talking about a growing problem in our home care system: reduced task time.
Wage parity and improved recruitment process are among the highlights of new contract.
MGEU/NUPGE young members will be taking a wintery plunge for the Special Olympics. Donate today!
Vote scheduled for tentative agreement.
Focus should be on building the current system which protects public safety and meets the needs of customers.
Elephanttalk.ca is intended to start the conversation for Manitobans to share their concerns and their stories about public services in Manitoba.
MGEU/NUPGE paramedic members encouraged to attend hearing on self-regulation on May 23 in Winnipeg.
Workers prepare to strike at Canadian Blood Services in Manitoba.