Prince George Area Office
(Updated Jan 26, 2023)
The Prince George Area Office is closed today and tomorrow to all staff and members due to a health and safety issue. Staff will be working from home. Members are asked not to attend the office the remainder of this week, but can email or phone their area office for assistance.
(Updated Jan 26, 2023)
All BCGEU offices are open except for the Prince George area office as noted above. Members who wish to attend at a BCGEU office must follow BCGEU Safety Protocols, which include wearing a face mask in all common areas.
COMPONENT 8 - COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES
Component 8 includes members who provide health services in our communities.
They work in home support, drug and alcohol treatment centres, adult day care, detox and emergency shelters, women's clinics, services to seniors, mental health group homes, regional health units and other community-based health services.
On Thursday March 3, 2022, all 48 BCGEU members working as librarians for the Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) submitted a group letter to the library's Board Trustees.
Read their letter here.The letter called on all 38 trustees to ensure that librarians' next collective agreement provides them with fundamental support – including a psychologically safe and respectful workplace, and wag...
This notice is to advise all BCGEU members at RainCity Housing & Support Society that the following people are the current shop stewards:
• Robert Gillard • Shoshannah Liberman• Justin Somerville • Odette Henwood• Kash Bajaj • Krista Driscoll• Paula (Nora) Aguilar • Bear Walsh• Lydia Many Whi...
BURNABY, B.C. (COAST SALISH TERRITORIES) – The BC General Employees' Union (BCGEU) served the Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) board with 72-hour strike notice on Monday, February 28. The union's move means libraries in many communities on Vancouver Island and neighbouring islands could be behind picket lines as early as 8 a.m. Thursday, March 3. The BCGEU is calling on elected represen...
We are pleased to announce that the below members have been have been acclaimed for the position of Steward for your worksite:
Please join us in welcoming them in their role as worksite Steward! Thank you to all those that participated in the process. In solidarity Rhond...
We are pleased to announce that the below members have been acclaimed for the position of Steward for your worksite. • Robert Gillard • Shoshannah Liberman• Justin Somerville • Odette Henwood• Kash Bajaj • Krista Driscoll• Paula (Nora) Aguilar • Bear Walsh• Kim Luscombe • Sabrina Ham...
We are pleased to announce the results of the Elections for the Local 804 Executive:
MJ Colquhoun, Chairperson Romeena Sidhu, Staff Representative
Download PDF 1st Vice Chairperson Election Results
We are pleased to announce the results of the elections for the Local 804 Executive. The following members were acclaimed:
Chairperson: MJ Colquhoun1st Vice Chairperson: Shelley EinarsonTreasurer: VacantMember at Large: Paula Potter(Drug and Alcohol Worksites)Member at Large: Vacant(Mental Health Group Homes) Member at Large – Home Support (1): VacantMember at Large – Ho...
A progressive vision for inclusive and clean growth, continued support for critical public services like healthcare and childcare, and the announcement of a new year-round B.C. Wildfire Service are just some of the highlights in what the B.C. General Employees' Union (BCGEU) is calling a "bargaining budget". "The devil is always in the details but on first glance there's a lot for our members a...
The BCGEU has recently learned that our logo is being used without authorization on promotional material for a "protest" event planned for next week.
We want to be clear that our union is not associated with, nor do we support, the event or its organizers in any way. This is an unlawful action on the part of the organizers. We are considering all legal options before us to hold the responsibl...
Nominations are now open for (1) one shop steward in Powell River.
What do stewards do?
Stewards provide support and advice to members who think they are being treated unfairly. They sign up new employees and provide information on BCGEU services. Solve problems in the workplace. They conduct ratification votes and elections, and stewards keep members informed by distributing BCGEU information....
Your Community Bargaining Association (CBA) tabled our proposals last week as we began talks with the Health Employers' Association of BC (HEABC). At this point in time, we are pushing to achieve non-monetary priorities that you identified as important measures to address the recruitment and retention crisis in the sector.The employer has recognized that we share some common goals. They are awa...