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Local 32 – Yarmouth Argyle Home Support – Proposals Exchanged

Negotiations for your new collective agreement are under way. On Thursday, June 13, proposals were exchanged with your employer.  Proposals tabled on your behalf are being mailed to members this week. Your bargaining committee is scheduled to meet with the employer on Tuesday, August 20, to negotiate the terms of the collective agreement. Your bargaining […]

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Local 30 Digby Clare Home Support – Proposals Exchanged

Negotiations for your new collective agreement are underway. On Wednesday, June 5, proposals were exchanged with your employer.  Proposals tabled on your behalf are being mailed to members this week. The bargaining committee is scheduled to meet with the employer on Wednesday July 17, to negotiate the terms of the collective agreement. Your bargaining committee thanks […]

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Local 18(MOS)- Maintenance andTrades Employees at Cape Breton University

Local 18 (MOS), Maintenance and trades staff at Cape Breton University voted 79% in favour of their tentative agreement on June 17. All fourteen (14) members were at the meeting to go through the changes with the bargaining committee and the ERO and negotiator, Jim Gosse. President Jessome was present as well and answered other […]

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President Jessome swears-in new executive of Local 1995, employees of the Cape Breton Regional Municipal Police

Approximately 70 members of Local 1995 filled the room at their triennial meeting on June 17 where they elected a new executive to lead their local for the next three years. At the meeting, President Jessome led a discussion about the next steps the union is taking to address member’s ongoing concerns about health & […]

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“And Now — The Bill” — How Bill C-377 will cost taxpayers big bucks

The following is an article from Blacklock’s Reporter: Tax authorities expect to penalize unions millions of dollars under legislation due to pass the Senate this week, according to confidential Canada Revenue Agency documents. An estimated $72 million a year in penalties will be due under Bill C-377, a private Conservative measure that compels unions to […]

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