The NSGEU Office will remain closed for Thursday, February 16.
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Dear NSGEU members working in provincial school boards, The Nova Scotia Teachers Union (NSTU) has announced it is holding a one day strike on Friday, February 17. They are taking a stand against Bill 75 that was tabled in the legislature by the McNeil government last evening. This Bill limits teachers’ right to strike, erodes their […]
Take a stand and raise your voice for free collective bargaining! The Legislature is scheduled to begin sitting at 8pm TODAY, Tuesday evening, for the First Reading of Stephen McNeil’s Bill, Teachers Professional Agreement and Classroom Improvement (2017) Act, which imposes a contract on members of the NSTU including a wage pattern and the end […]
Due to the ongoing winter storm cleanup efforts, the meeting scheduled for Local 78B has been cancelled. Please keep an eye out for the rescheduled meeting date.
Due to the ongoing winter storm, the meeting scheduled for Local 16 has been cancelled.
(UPDATED): Due to ongoing storm conditions affecting most of the province, the NSGEU office in Burnside will remain closed on Tuesday, February 14th to ensure the safety of staff and members. Please stay safe!
Good afternoon, The NSGEU executive and Local 101 executive team met with members at the regularly scheduled Local 101 meeting last night. A variety of agenda items were discussed, but the most pressing issue was the status of Code Census at the QEII Health Sciences Centre (and the HI site, in particular). We heard clearly […]
Dear members, The Education Committee is now accepting applications for the NSGEU Member Bursaries. March 15, 2017 is the deadline for the NSGEU Member Bursary Applications to be submitted. Please review the guidelines and submit your application on or before March 15, 2017. Fax: 902-424-2111 Attention: Education Committee Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject Heading: Education Committee Member […]
Wednesday, January 25, 2017 We were deeply disturbed to learn that Stephen McNeil’s Liberal government is once again spending public dollars investigating the possibility of entering into a P3 deal to fund our province’s public hospitals. “This government wasted $825,000 looking into privatizing our registries before realizing it was a bad idea. A previous Liberal […]
The Social Recreation Committee would like to advise that they are now accepting applications for the NSGEU Amateur Sports and Fine Arts Awards. Each year, the NSGEU Social/Recreation Committee may issue up to 15 Amateur Sports Awards (of which up to three may be Fine Arts Awards) of $300 each to members, or children of […]