UPDATED: Reserve your seat on the bus – Rally September 21

Updated September 18 at 11 a.m. See bus stop changes  

When Premier McNeil opens the Legislature on September 21, CUPE Nova Scotia will be there as part of a rally organized by the labour movement from across the province. Please join us!

Along with CUPE National President Mark Hancock and CUPE Nova Scotia President Nan McFadgen, we’re going to send a clear message to the McNeil Government. We will defend our rights! We will not back down!

     WHAT: Multi-union rally against the NS Liberal Government’s Bill 148

     WHEN: September 21 from 12 to 3 PM

     WHERE: Nova Scotia Legislature

     WHO: Members of unions including CUPE, NSGEU, NSNU, NSTU, SEIU and others

Reserve your seat on the bus!

Seating is limited. Please RSVP as soon as possible.

CUPE members can reserve a seat on a bus. Please send an email to Nan McFadgen at nanmcf@icloud.com.

Bus #1 – Sydney

  • Be at the Mayflower Mall in Sydney at 6:30 AM for departure
  • St. Peters – CANCELLED
  • Stopping in Port Hawkesbury at the Irving Big Stop parking lot
  • Stopping in Antigonish – Exit 33, Shell gas station
  • Stopping in Pictou County—Walmart Parking lot
  • Stopping in Truro—Sobeys parking lot
  • Will arrive in Halifax by 12 PM
  • Leaving Halifax at 3:30 PM for return trip

Bus #2 – Yarmouth

  • Be at the Yarmouth Mall at 8:15 AM for departure
  • Stopping at Bridgewater Mall at the Sobey’s parking lot
  • Will arrive in Halifax by 12 PM
  • Leaving Halifax at 3:30 PM for return trip

Updates will be posted on the website at novascotia.cupe.ca.


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