Member Update: Health Care Bargaining – March 27, 2018

Member update on health care bargaining

Nova Scotia Labour Board will finalize IWK Essential Services Plan  The Nova Scotia Council of Health Care Unions today requested that the Nova Scotia Labour Board settle the outstanding issues and finalize an Essential Services plan for the IWK. The Labour Board has 30 days to hear submissions from both the Employer and the Council of Unions … Read more…

Support staff to Churchill: “We’re an integral part of the Nova Scotia education system too”

“CUPE is asking Minister Churchill to meet to discuss the path this government is taking based on the Report on Inclusion released yesterday. CUPE wants to ensure that our members’ needs are met, while continuing to provide the best environment for learning for the students,” says Nan McFadgen, president of CUPE Nova Scotia. “We see … Read more…

News Release: Nova Scotia Council of Health Care Unions announce strike vote

The following joint news release was issued by the Nova Scotia Health Care Council of Unions this morning. After more than a year of bargaining, the Nova Scotia Health Care Council of Unions is announcing that it will soon hold Nova Scotia’s first ever province-wide Health Care Bargaining Unit strike vote. The Council of Unions … Read more…