Author Archive | Zita Hildebrandt

CANCELLED-Halifax Rally Against Racism

Cancelled due to weather! Halifax Rally Against Racism Rescheduled to: Saturday, March 28 at 1:30 at Grand Parade The Halifax-Dartmouth & District Labour Council invites local unions, social movement activists, and the general public to a rally to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination in Halifax rescheduled to be on Saturday, […]

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Frequently Asked Questions: Health Councils

REMINDER! All members working in the acute health care system are being asked to vote on the issue of Health Councils. The electronic vote started Wednesday, March 25th and will remain open until Wednesday, April 1st at 5 p.m. Please take a moment to cast your ballot. If you have any questions, contact the NSGEU between the […]

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How Did Bill 1 Affect You?

We realize that our members working in the acute health care system have gone through a lot of stress as a result of the Liberal government’s Bill 1. While we are all tired and eager to move on from the turmoil of the past six months, it’s important that we tell this government how their […]

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Emergency Call: Home Support Services at Risk!

WHAT: Telephone town hall meeting, Home Support WHEN: Thursday, March 26th, 7:30 p.m. On Thursday, March 26th, the NSGEU is holding an emergency telephone town hall meeting with all Home Support members to discuss the government’s decision to further privatize the province’s home support services, and how this decision may impact you. The meeting will […]

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“Challenges and Actions Needed on Addiction”–Public Panel Discussion on March 25

Halifax – The Mental Health Coalition of Nova Scotia is seeking more action on addictions.  According to Co-Chairperson Donna Methot, “We are pleased to have a provincial Mental Health and Addictions Strategy. But unfortunately, addictions issues and concerns seem to receive even less attention than mental health, even though the two are often very closely […]

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Protect Our Public Services Rally at the Legislature – Thurs. March 26, 12-2 pm

You may have heard about the devastating cuts government has made to provincial park and visitor information centre staff along with child welfare services. To add to this, on March 12, government announced their intentions to privatize three registries within Service Nova Scotia: Nova Scotia Land Registry; Registry of Motor Vehicles; and the Registry of […]

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