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Local 50: Rally at Sherbrooke Village on September 2nd

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Members of Local 50, Bargaining reached an impasse with the employer on July 15 and we are heading into conciliation on Friday, Sept. 4th. We are holding a rally at the gates to the Village on: [...]

Bargaining: A look ahead

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Many contracts now open, NSGEU staff and bargaining committees prepare for tough round of negotiations ahead. The NSGEU represents almost 30,000 members working in an incredibly wide variety of sec[...]

Local 99 - Dalhousie Operational Support Bargaining Update Tentative Agreement Ratified, Aug. 14

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Congratulations to all the members of Local 99 on the ratification of your tentative agreement!   Your Bargaining Committee met yesterday to count ballots and 60% of these ballots were in favour of [...]

Local 77 - Dalhousie Staff Association - Tentative Agreement Ratified, Aug. 18

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We are pleased to announce that members of Local 77, Dalhousie Staff Association, have voted 96% in favour of accepting the tentative agreement. Once the Dalhousie Board of Governors has voted to rat[...]

President Jessome responds after meeting with Finance Minister

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Local 77 - Dalhousie Staff Association Tentative Agreement Reached Information/Voting Sessions Have Been Scheduled.

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We are pleased to let you know that late Friday afternoon, your Bargaining Committee reached a tentative agreement with the Employer. Your Bargaining Committee is recommending acceptance. Highlig[...]

Press Release: Frustrated Employees at Sherbrooke Village Vote to Strike

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Employees at Sherbrooke Village, members of NSGEU Local 50, have voted 85% in favour of strike action in support of their Bargaining Committee. The employer has been dragging out negotiations, due to [...]

Update: Home Support Services

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Since December 2014, the Liberal government has been exploring opportunities to further contract out (and privatize) all home support services in Nova Scotia. Today, there are more than 20 co[...]