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.

NEWS & UPDATES

February 09, 2018

AMENDED Election Results for Local 812 Executive - BCGEU

Please find below the amended results for the Local 812 Local Executive election. We confirm that your new Executive is as follows: Local Chairperson:Susanne Bellefontaine 1st Vice Chair:Piroska Potornay 2nd Vice Chair:Shelley Hollstein Treasurer:Vacant Recording Secretary:Vacant Member at Large:Terressa Dilley Member at Large:Vacant Member at Large:Vacant Member at Large:Vacant Member at Large...

February 09, 2018

Elections for Local 803 Executive - BCGEU

The BCGEU is holding elections for the following positions of the local 803 executive. Ballots and candidates bios are being mailed to all members.   Chairperson: Aminzavvar, Masoud Clark, Candace   1st Vice Chairperson: Clark, Candace Kelly, Florentina 2nd Vice Chairperson: Martel, Roxanne Clark, Candace   Treasurer: Enveri, Seyran Clark, Candace Recording Secretary: Consalvi, ...

February 08, 2018

Your New Local 0810 Executive - BCGEU

Nominations closed on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 for the Local 0810 Executive. Please join us in congratulating the following member in their position for this three year term of office!   Local 0810 Chairperson            Tammy Schock  In Solidarity, BCGEU Peace River Area Office Download PDF of notice here UWU/MoveUP

February 08, 2018

Minimum Wage Announcement: Low Wage Workers Need $15 Now, Not in 2021 - BCGEU

Today's announcement by the provincial government that B.C.'s minimum wage will reach $15.20 per hour on June 1, 2021 is disappointing, both to the BCGEU and to the 20 per cent of B.C.'s workers who make less than $15 per hour. We think that the provincial government should take action to reduce poverty and inequality in our province by increasing the minimum wage to $15 immediately, as we stat...

February 08, 2018

Election Results for Local 812 Executive - BCGEU

The call for nominations for Local 812 Local Executive closed. We confirm that your new Executive is as follows: Local ChairpersonSusanne Bellefontaine 1st Vice Chair:Election Required 2nd Vice Chair:Shelley Hollstein Treasurer:Vacant Recording Secretary:Vacant Member at Large:Terressa Dilley Member at Large:Vacant Member at Large:Vacant Member at Large:Vaca...

February 08, 2018

BCGEU Welcomes Review of Labour Code - BCGEU

The BCGEU welcomes the provincial government's announcement earlier this week that they have appointed a committee of special advisers to review the provincial labour code. This review is a good first step in the process of restoring fairness to both the labour code and the BC Labour Relations Board. The code review panel will be consulting with stakeholders around B.C. before reporting back to...

February 08, 2018

Elections for Local 805 Executive - BCGEU

The nomination period for local 805 executive closed on February 5, 2018. The following positions have been acclaimed: Chairperson: Mike Connolly Treasurer: Marilyn Mounsey   1st Vice Chairperson: Vacant - No nominations received Recording Secretary: Joanne LeClerc   2nd Vice Chairperson: Vacant - No nominations received 3 Members-at-Large: Sukh Gurm 2 Vacant        1 Me...

February 06, 2018

Hard Rock Casino workers vote to strike - BCGEU

Hard Rock Casino workers vote to strike An astounding 99.5% vote in favour of strike action Members of the BC Government and Service Employees' Union (BCGEU) working at Hard Rock Casino in Coquitlam voted overwhelmingly in favour of taking strike action against their employer this week. In a vote held from February 1-4, over 90% of Hard Rock staff came out and voted 99.5% in favour of taking...

February 05, 2018

B.C.’s liquor stores well positioned under new cannabis retail regulations - ...

The new retail cannabis regulations announced by the B.C. government leaves B.C.'s liquor stores well-positioned to provide safe, secure, reliable access to non-medical cannabis products, the Responsible Marijuana Retail Alliance of BC (RMRABC) said today. While the government chose not to allow the sale of alcohol and cannabis in the same store, because of federal recommendations against co-lo...