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Media Release: NSGEU to Hold Information Sessions for Civil Service Members Prior to Vote

  Province-wide: The NSGEU will be holding information sessions with its Civil Service locals over the next five (5) to six (6) weeks. This is being done to allow time to meet with the membership face-to-face prior to setting the date for the vote on the tentative agreement reached on November 13, 2015. “Government interference […]

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Reminder to all members of the Civil Service

We are holding three important telephone town hall meetings for all Civil Service members and encourage all members to attend one. The purpose of these meetings is to discuss the tentative agreement reached by your Bargaining Committee and the ratification process. We sent an update on Friday, November 13 with a link to the tentative […]

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Information Picket/Rally: Time to Stop the Privatization of Nova Scotia’s Registries.

Place: Access Nova Scotia Centre; 250 Baker Dr., Dartmouth Date: October 3, 2015 Time: 11a.m. to 1p.m.  The government is continuing to move ahead with the privatization of our public registries: the Land Registry; the Registry of Motor Vehicles; and the Registry of Joint Stocks. Our members who work for these registries provide quality public […]

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Moving Day Rally: Chase the Joker with McNeil’s Movers

  What: Chase the Ace/Joker Event Where: Inverness, Cape Breton Date: Saturday, October 3, 2015 Time: 10 a.m. to 5p.m. Members of the NSGEU, along with 1st Vice President Jason MacLean, will be holding a “Chase the Joker” event at Chase the Ace this Saturday. We’ll be on-site with our moving truck, giving out prizes, and […]

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Rally: Stop the Cuts to NSCAD Support Staff – Thursday, June 25, noon – 1p.m. Fountain Campus, 5163 Duke St., Halifax

Come out during your lunch hour! Support your fellow NSGEU members! Tell NSCAD University that you do not support their cuts to Administrative and Custodial staff. On June 17, NSGEU learned that 16 Administrative and Custodial workers (nine custodial workers, six Administrative Assistants, and one clerk) at NSCAD were losing their jobs. The employer plans […]

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Important Meetings for Acute Health Care Workers in Metro

On April 1st, 2015, the government’s restructuring of the health care system came into effect, with the creation of the new Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) and the IWK remaining its own separate entity. This will mean a number of significant changes to the NSGEU’s existing acute health care locals (Locals 19, 42, 89, 90, […]

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