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You’re Invited: Discussion on National Pharmacare

What: Advisory Council on the Implementation of National Pharmacare Community Dialogue, Presented by the Canadian Patient Safety Institute When: Wednesday, November 7th, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Where: Bluenose Ballroom, Delta Halifax Hotel by Marriott (downtown) – Attached to Scotia Square parkade Canada’s unions are proud that we’ve won health insurance coverage for many of our […]

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New – Office of Workplace Mental Health

This new Office of Workplace Mental Health is an initiative of the NSGEU and the Public Service Commission. It is available for members who work for the Civil Service, NS Pension Corporation, or Tourism NS. Below is a message from Jason MacLean, President Nova Scotia Government & General Employees Union and Laura Lee Langley, Commissioner, Nova […]

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Local 71 – Chignecto-Central Centre for Education – Bargaining Update: Conciliation has broken down

Dear members of Local 71, After three days at the table, the conciliation process has broken down. Employer concessions remain on the table as well as our proposals. We were not able to reach an agreement with the Employer. We have asked the Conciliation Officer to file her report. When this report is filed it […]

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Mental Health Resource Booklet

The NSGEU’s Ad-Hoc Health Care Committee first created this booklet to help members navigate the complicated health care system. It has been updated in January, 2018 and they have done their best to ensure that the information provided in this booklet is valid, accurate, and up-to-date. We regret any errors and that, for reasons of space, […]

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Welcome new members of Local 150 – Island Employment Association!

We are pleased to welcome our newest members who are employees of the Island Employment Association. They are Career Practitioners, Career Counsellors, Job Developers, Employment Support Practitioners, IT Technicians, Information Resource Specialists, and Project Managers. They help people find a job or explore career possibilities as well as help people access government-sponsored programs that assist with employment, training, […]

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Slow Down, Move Over

Officially launched in advance of the Canada Day weekend, our joint safety awareness campaign “Slow Down, Move Over” continues through the summer. 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 flashing […]

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