The Nova Scotia Liberal Government’s Attack on Workers

I'm turning my back on NS Liberals

THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF BILL 148 Since 2013, public sector workers including teachers, nurses, school board and child care workers, civil servants, the arts community and many others – approximately 70,000 – have been subjected to unrelenting interference in the collective bargaining process by the Liberal government. These attacks on public sector workers are unfair and likely unconstitutional. They’ll also do … Read more…

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 … Read more…

Unions will seek to be added as parties as province tests constitutionality of portion of Bill 148 at Nova Scotia Court of Appeal

The following news release was distributed by the the Nova Scotia federation of Labour this morning. Halifax – This Friday, union leaders, including the CUPE, NSGEU, NSNU, SEIU, NSTU, CUPW and Unifor, will file to be added as parties at the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal in response to the Liberal Government’s latest attack on … Read more…