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Union Matters: Child Welfare On The Brink

This week, we sit down with NSGEU President Jason MacLean and Alec Stratford, Executive Director of the Nova Scotia College of Social Work, to discuss an important new campaign aimed to support child welfare services in Nova Scotia. As a result of recent changes to the Nova Scotia Children and Family Services Act, child protection […]

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Tell the Premier you care! childwelfareonthebrink.org

Halifax – The Nova Scotia Government & General Employees Union (NSGEU) and the Nova Scotia College of Social Workers (NSCSW) have launched a campaign encouraging Nova Scotians to visit www.childwelfareonthebrink.org and send a letter asking the Premier for an increase in funding for social programs including Child Welfare in his next budget. “We are speaking out together […]

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Get Involved in the Fall 2018 Agency, Boards and Commissions Campaign

The Provincial Government has kicked off its’ Fall 2018 recruitment campaign for the province’s Agencies, Boards and Commissions. The NSGEU is encouraging it’s members to get involved and take a look the more than 150 opportunities to volunteer on an Agency, Board or Commission.  There are opportunities ranging from colleges and boards of self-regulated health […]

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NSGEU Home Care Workers: Bringing Health Care Home

Today, the NSGEU is launching an online advertising campaign to raise awareness of the importance of the work our home care members deliver throughout the province. The campaign will be featured on a wide range of media sites as “pre-roll” video, played before and during other video content. We understand that your profession has faced […]

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Slow Down, Move Over

Officially launched in advance of the Canada Day weekend in 2018, our joint safety awareness campaign “Slow Down, Move Over” continues this year. This social media campaign is in partnership with the Public Service Commission and it raises awareness of the need to slow down and move over for public service vehicles with flashing lights […]

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