Regional Green Jobs BC Town Halls kick off in Courtenay

Residents from the Comox Valley joined leaders from labour and environmental groups for a GreenJobsBC town hall event in Courtenay on Wednesday night. Read more »

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Day of Mourning 2014

The purpose of the Day of Mourning is to remember and honour workers who were killed or injured in the workplace. Read more »

BCGEU reaches five-year tentative agreement for college instructors

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Tentative agreement in place to sell East Vancouver LDB warehouse land

The provincial government has announced that an agreement is in place to sell the property which houses the LDB warehouse, Store 300 and some administration offices at 3200 East Broadway.

Details on the sale will be released later this year when the sale is finalized. Read more »

WorkSafeBC imposes penalty and claims costs levy against Babine Forest Products Ltd.

Richmond, B.C., April 3, 2014 — WorkSafeBC has issued orders that include the imposition of an administrative penalty and a claims cost levy against Babine Forest Products Ltd.

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Enhanced Disability Management Program for Community Health Workers in all Health Authorities

The Enhanced Disability Management Program (EDMP) was negotiated by the Community Bargaining Association (CBA) and your employer in the 2012 round of bargaining and became part of the Health Community Subsector collective agreement.  The program has proven successful when delivered to health care workers in other subsectors, including Health Science Professionals and Facil Read more »

BCGEU presses governments to clarify immigrant services funding as deadline looms

With provincially administered immigrant settlement services and ESL training in British Columbia ending on March 31, the B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU) is calling on the federal and provincial governments to announce how these services will be provided in the coming year. Read more »

Changes to Park Act pave the way for industrial development in BC Parks: Controversial Bill 4 becomes law

VANCOUVER – Today Bill 4 (the Park Amendment Act) is set to become law, despite widespread opposition from the BC public and a consortium of leading environmental organizations and notable park advocates. Read more »