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…

Pension contributions are deferred wages: CUPE 4963 members faced with difficult decision to go on strike Monday

Logo: CUPE 4963. Two stick figure people, over a multi-colour heart that looks like a jigsaw puzzle

The union representing workers employed by Queens Association for Supported Living (QASL) in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, is sending a reminder to Minister of Community Services Kelly Regan that pensions are deferred wages. “It was wrong of the employer and the Department of Community Services to allow changes to be made to pensions, without proper consultation … Read more…

Workers at Queens Association for Supported Living take strike vote

Logo: CUPE 4963. Two stick figure people, over a multi-colour heart that looks like a jigsaw puzzle

CUPE 4963 members employed by Queens Association for Supported Living in Liverpool Nova Scotia voted 92 per cent in favour of strike action yesterday. With no significant progress being made in bargaining to reach a fair collective agreement, the membership renewed their union’s mandate to go on strike if necessary. CUPE 4963 members are asking … Read more…