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Cape Breton University: What to do if there is a strike at your workplace by another union

What to do if there is a Strike at Your Workplace by Another Union - Q&A We are sending this Q&A in case you or any of your coworkers have any questions about what to do if the Cape Breton Fa[...]

It's Blue Monday

The NSGEU Board of Directors recognizes the important work NSGEU members do every day helping to support people who are struggling with mental health issues in Nova Scotia. Blue Monday is the t[...]

MEDIA RELEASE: NSGEU Files for Conciliation as Civil Service Negotiations Reach an Impasse

The NSGEU is filing for conciliation after negotiations with the government for a Civil Service collective agreement reached an impasse. "Our members are looking for a fair agreement and hopefully [...]

No Agreement Reached for Civil Service: New Dates to be Confirmed for January

The NSGEU's Civil Service Union Negotiating Committee is scheduling more bargaining dates in the New Year with the Employer after two days at the bargaining table failed to produce a tentative agreeme[...]

Civil Service Union Negotiating Committee Returns to the Table Tomorrow, Dec. 20

Dear Civil Service members, Your Bargaining Committee wishes to inform you that they are returning to the table tomorrow morning, Tuesday, December 20, for another day of bargaining with the employ[...]

Government Agrees to Return to Bargaining Table

Dear Civil Service members, Following your resounding rejection of the employer's final offer for your collective agreement, the NSGEU Chief Negotiator contacted the employer's Chief Negotiator to [...]

Telephone Town Hall for all Case Aides and Access Facilitators - Thurs. Dec. 22

WHAT:  Telephone Town Hall Meeting WHEN: Thursday, December 22, 2016 TIME:    7:00 p.m. We are holding a telephone town hall information session in order to discuss changes your employer is m[...]

MEDIA RELEASE: NSGEU Civil Servants Reject Government's Final Offer

NSGEU members who work in the Civil Service are sending a strong message to the Premier of Nova Scotia - they want a fairly negotiated deal. Civil Servants voted 94 per cent in favour of rejecting [...]