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Ratification dates for the Civil Service tentative agreement have not yet been confirmed.

Please note: Telephone Town Hall to discuss the Civil Service tentative agreement is Monday evening, November 30 at 7pm.  Ratification dates for the Civil Service tentative agreement have not yet been confirmed.    As soon as the dates have been confirmed, you will be emailed voting information along with a personal PIN number that will […]

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MEDIA RELEASE: Civil Service Bargaining Committee Recommends Acceptance of Tentative Agreement to Protect Job Security

The NSGEU Civil Service Bargaining Unit Negotiating Committee (BUNC) is recommending acceptance of a tentative agreement that protects members’ job security. During this round of negotiations, Civil Service members identified that the most critical issue for them was job security, and we have managed to protect that in the agreement the committee is recommending today. […]

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Bargaining: A look ahead

Many contracts now open, NSGEU staff and bargaining committees prepare for tough round of negotiations ahead. The NSGEU represents almost 30,000 members working in an incredibly wide variety of sectors and settings: from government and education to acute and community health care. These workers belong to 99 separate locals, which are all governed by their […]

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Bill 108 passes: NSGEU challenging exclusions in new Department of Business

Bill 108 – Financial Measures Act The Liberal government tabled Bill 108, the Financial Measures (2015) Act on April 27. This Bill puts into law many of the changes government announced in the Provincial Budget, including the elimination of the Department of Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (ERDT). It also creates the new Department […]

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Protect Our Public Services Rally at the Legislature – Thurs. March 26, 12-2 pm

You may have heard about the devastating cuts government has made to provincial park and visitor information centre staff along with child welfare services. To add to this, on March 12, government announced their intentions to privatize three registries within Service Nova Scotia: Nova Scotia Land Registry; Registry of Motor Vehicles; and the Registry of […]

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Minister’s Musings Must Be Strongly Opposed – Vital Public Services at Risk

March 13/15- – The McNeil Liberal Government is preparing to deliver yet another blow to rural Nova Scotia by contracting out more jobs by privatizing the Nova Scotia Land Registry, the Registry of Motor Vehicles, and the Registry of Joint Stock Companies.  The Minister of Service Nova Scotia announced on March 12 that the government […]

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