Nova Scotia Pension Services Corporation has published their annual report and financial statements for 2013

For all NSGEU members who belong to the Public Service Superannuation Pension Plan: The Annual Report and Actuarial Valuation have been posted at the following link: The Financial Statements have been posted at the following link:  

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Local 53 – Strike Vote Deadline Extended until Thurs., July 4 at 5pm

Dear Local 53 member, We have extended the strike vote to ensure all members are able to vote. It is very important that you participate – please help spread the word. The stronger the strike vote, the stronger the chance of getting the best offer possible in our upcoming negotiations during conciliation. Voting Location: Reception […]

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Local 64 – Colchester Residential Services Society – Information sessions, vote scheduled

As you are aware, your bargaining committee met with your employer for conciliation on Wednesday, June 26th. It was very long  day of negotiations and your bargaining committee worked very hard on your behalf. The committee will be presenting the employer’s offer to members during a drop-in information session held on Friday, July 5th between […]

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Local 65 A/B – Proposals Exchanged

On Thursday, June 20th your bargaining committee met with your employer to exchange proposals. The exchanges were productive and the talks will continue on Friday, August 9th. The employer’s proposals consisted of some language concessions. The union’s proposal will be sent out to you in the mail next week. Your bargaining committee is committed to […]

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NSGEU Family Picnic: July 13

This NSGEU is holding it’s Family Picnic on Saturday, July 13th from noon to 4 p.m. (rain date is Sunday, July 14th) at Oakfield Provincial Park (366 Oakfield Park Road, Grand Lake). We’re proud to once again hold our annual picnic at a provincial park, which is staffed by your fellow NSGEU members, and is wheelchair accessible! […]

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June 21, National Aboriginal Day

Proclaimed in 1996 June 21 was first proclaimed in 1996 as an annual occasion to recognize the diverse cultures and outstanding contributions to Canada of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis. Collectively these groups make up the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada. The date was selected for several reasons, including the fact that it coincides with […]

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