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Press Release: Pregnant nurse attacked while NSHA says investigating safety concerns a waste of time

A nurse was attacked and sent to hospital days after the Nova Scotia Health Authority called a request for an independent violence in the workplace risk assessment a ‘waste of time’, says NSGEU President Jason MacLean. “This nurse, 33 weeks pregnant, while being attacked by a patient was left completely vulnerable because her personal security […]

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Local 267 – NSCC – Ratification Vote Information

Dear members of Local 267, As you are aware, your Bargaining Committee has reached a tentative agreement with the Employer. Your Bargaining Committee is recommending acceptance. Information about the electronic ratification vote:  We are holding an electronic ratification vote. The vote will go live on Monday, April 30th at 9 a.m. and close on Monday, […]

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Report on Meeting with Minister of Education, Zach Churchill re:Changes to NS Education System

Dear School Board members, The Nova Scotia Federation of Labour recently organized a meeting between the Unions representing school support staff and the Minister of Education. The meeting was held on April 17, 2018 at the Minister’s office. Present at the meeting were Robin MacLean (NSGEU), Nicole McKim (NSGEU), Grant Dart (CUPE), Penny Foster (SEIU), […]

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Health Care Strike Vote Information Session in Metro April 17 & 19

Dear Health Care Bargaining Unit members, NSGEU President Jason MacLean and Chief Negotiator Shawn Fuller will host strike vote information sessions in the metro area to answer all your questions. The meetings will be held: Today, Tuesday, April 17:  7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at NSGEU Head Office, 255 John Savage Avenue. Thursday, April 19: […]

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Health Care Strike Vote Information Session in Cape Breton Today

Dear Health Care Bargaining Unit members, Today, NSGEU President Jason MacLean and Chief Negotiator Shawn Fuller will host two information sessions in Cape Breton on the upcoming health care strike vote. Please take the time to come out and have your questions answered on this important strike vote. Today, Monday, April 16, 2018: Port Hawkesbury: […]

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