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Human Rights Flag Design Contest!

NSGEU Human Rights Committee is asking all NSGEU members to help with the design for a Human Rights flag. We are looking for a symbol or picture that best describes the following: “Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, national or ethical origin, color, religion, language, or […]

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Apply Now! NSGEU Bursaries & Scholarships

The Education Committee would like to advise that they are now accepting applications for the NSGEU Member Bursaries, NSGEU Member’s Dependent Bursaries, and NSGEU Member’s Dependent Scholarships for the Fall (deadline is October 15th). NSGEU believes in supporting members and their dependents who are continuing their education. Every year NSGEU offers 29 Member Bursaries (14 with a […]

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McNeil Government to Blame for Shortage of Deputy Sheriffs in Courts

NSGEU President Jason MacLean says that Judge Hoskins called out the wrong person when he threatened to put an acting supervisor in contempt. “The lack of Deputy Sheriffs in courtrooms is the responsibility of Stephen McNeil and any blame should be placed squarely on his shoulders and those of his government,” says Jason MacLean, President […]

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Apply Now: NSGEU Bursaries & Scholarships

The Education Committee would like to advise that they are now accepting applications for the NSGEU Member Bursaries, NSGEU Member’s Dependent Bursaries, and NSGEU Member’s Dependent Scholarships for the Fall (deadline is October 15th). NSGEU believes in supporting members and their dependents who are continuing their education. Every year NSGEU offers 29 Member Bursaries (14 with a […]

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A Message from President MacLean: Standing up for what is right

Dear members, It has been a busy week and I wanted to update you on the current situation. The week started with Stephen McNeil bringing into effect Bill 148 – Public Services Sustainability (2015) Act. This Bill does two things: 1. Restricts collective bargaining on wages and salaries by imposing maximum increases.  Imposes a four […]

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