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It’s “Sock It To Poverty” time!

  Dear members, Every year, the NSGEU Human Rights Committee organizes a campaign called “Sock It To Poverty”. From now until December 15, we are asking you, if you are able, to set up a donation site at your workplace to collect new socks, mittens and hats or cash for people in need in your community. […]

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Human Rights Committee Launches Annual “Sock it to Poverty” Campaign

NSGEU “Sock it to Poverty” Annual Campaign Struggling individuals and families across Nova Scotia need your help. NSGEU locals across the province are collecting new winter hats, scarves, mitts, socks, and money (used to purchase warm accessories in bulk) for those in need until the middle of November. What is collected in your region, stays […]

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Human Rights Committee Launches Annual “Sock it to Poverty” Campaign 2014

NSGEU “Sock it to Poverty” Annual Campaign Struggling individuals and families across Nova Scotia need your help. NSGEU locals across the province are collecting new winter hats, scarves, mitts, socks, and money (used to purchase warm accessories in bulk) for those in need until the middle of November. What is collected in your region, stays […]

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Join Us for the Halifax Pride Parade, July 26 and Cape Breton Pride Parade, August 9

Dear NSGEU members: NSGEU’s Human Rights Committee is inviting you to participate in the annual Pride Parade and float decoration on July 26 in Halifax and the Pride Parade on August 9 in Sydney.  The parade is one of many events that take place during Pride Week in Halifax. Click here for more information about Halifax […]

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NSGEU celebrates Pride!

In 1987, Halifax’s Pride march was a very different event than it is today. We have certainly come a long way! During that inaugural event, about 75 members of our city’s gay and lesbian community marched through the North End. At that time, this community had no legal protection from discrimination, and were often subject […]

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