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December 11, 2019

"Addressing violence and harassment in the world of work is a crucial step in the fight against gender-based violence and inequality.” — Larry Brown, NUPGE President

January 31, 2018

New agreements ratified by NAPE/NUPGE members.

September 19, 2017

Bring your friends, family and co-workers to the Repeal Bill 148 rally on September 21. Show your support for workers' rights.

July 18, 2017

“The people of the province deserve to know what this government is spending to outsource and duplicate efforts on the negotiations front. Our members deserve to know what their employer is paying to have a law firm take them on at the bargaining table.” — Jerry Earle, NAPE President

February 10, 2017

Flying in the face of the Manitoba government's invitation to find ways to improve the province's fiscal situation, it now wants to talk only about how it can make cuts to the public sector. These cuts may include reduced worked weeks, predetermined wage settlements, changes to pensions and the re-opening of collective agreements. 

October 17, 2016

“This supper is to express our appreciation to seniors for all they have done to make our community, province, and country what they are today.” — Barry Nowoselsky, SGEU Vice-President

May 2, 2016

High-priced lawyers hired to privatize public service played lead role in two of the province’s longest strikes at Voisey’s Bay and St. John’s Airport.

April 21, 2016

NBU/NUPGE members help make New Brunswick work whether it's in hospitals, on highways, in forests and on the waterways, or at Service New Brunswick locations and numerous other government buildings.

January 21, 2016

"Let me be clear — your union will stand up for you, your families, your jobs, and the vital public services that you deliver to the people of the province every day." — Jerry Earle, NAPE President

December 17, 2015

"PEIUPSE/NUPGE supports the new federal Liberal government in their commitment to repeal this unjust legislation at the earliest possible opportunity." — Karen Jackson, PEIUPSE President