A Matter of Trust

Web banner: A Matter of Trust report, with NSGEU and CUPE logos

A Review of NSHA’s Quiet Plan to Hand Control of Nova Scotians’ Health Information to an American Company A joint-report by CUPE and NSGEU. Download a copy of the full report with appendices: A Matter of Trust. Introduction Starting the week of November 24, NSHA senior managers arranged a series of conference calls with 91 … Read more…

RFP for Highway 104 twinning project kept secret

Media advisory P3 highway 104

The president of CUPE Nova Scotia, Nan McFadgen, is appalled that the Department of Transportation has blocked the union’s application to view the Request for Proposals for the Highway 104 (Sutherlands River to Antigonish) twinning project. “Our researcher was told he would receive a redacted RFP for which we would have to pay around $1100,” says McFadgen. “Our deposit … Read more…

Transparency and the Right to Know How Our Money is Spent

Video footage from CUPE Nova Scotia’s panel discussion on P3s, “Transparency and the Right to Know,” is now available. Held at Halifax’s Seaport Market on November 13, 2018, the event featured specialists on P3s and the Right to Know including Keith Reynolds, policy analyst with the Columbia Institute; Christine Saulnier, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives … Read more…