To ensure continuity of service during the COVID-19 pandemic, all BCGEU offices are closed and staff are working remotely to assist members.
We recommend that you email the appropriate office if you require assistance.
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.
Older people living in long-term care homes are often overlooked, forgotten behind the walls.
An ambitious project taken on by the province's Office of the Seniors Advocate aims to change that by interviewing all 27,000 residents in 303 care homes across the province.
1. No funds or assistance in kind will be contributed from the Union, Components, Locals or Cross Component Committees other than that specified in the guidelines. There will be no Component hospitality suites during Convention.
2. Declared candidates will have an opportunity to have a picture and a personal statement of no more than 1,000 words in a special election issue of The Provincial....
DATE: January 19, 2017
TIME: 5:00-6:00 - pm Local Executives ONLY
6:00-8:00 - pm General Membership
PLACE: Island Savings Centre (DUNCAN)
(2687 James St, Duncan) Boardroom
Resolutions to BCGEU Constitutional Convention
Equity/Young Worker Delegates
Regulatory Body for Care Aides/CHW's and Mental Health Workers
** Light sna...
COMPONENT: Community Health Services
LOCAL: 802 – Executive & General Meeting
DATE: February 9, 2017
TIME: 6:00 p.m. – General Meeting
7:30 p.m. – Executive Meeting
PLACE: Holiday Inn Express & Suites – The Great Room
2200 Cliffe Ave, Courtenay, BC V9N 2L4
The result of the recent election is Denise Dimora will join Tami McKim on the Labour Management Committee.
Thank you to all the nominees for your participation in this election.
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We have been negotiating towards a renewal collective agreement since November with our most recent sessions being last week. This set of negotiations is complex because the existing collective agreement was not originally bargained by the BCGEU and we are looking to make significant structural changes.
Your BCGEU Bargaining committee has made some progress and we continue working on non-mo...
To: All BCGEU Local 803 Members at Saint Elizabeth
Re: Your Stewards
Please welcome Mynra Regan as the newly acclaimed shop steward that joins the list of stewards below.
This notice is to advise all BCGEU members at Saint Elizabeth that the following people are shop stewards for your workplace:
Immediate Release December 15, 2016
Toronto – The federal government’s announcement to ban asbestos has been highly anticipated over the past few days. Groups expressed its support to the announcement but notes their expectation for additional federal work needed to fully achieve protection from asbestos for all Canadians.
Please welcome Vivian Waung as the newly acclaimed shop steward that joins the list of stewards below.
This notice is to advise all BCGEU members at Bayshore Home Health that the following people are shop stewards for your workplace:
• Cindy Gema
• Ho-Ying Kui
• Florinda Maguire
• Editha Menor
• Mary Jane Micua
• Karey Ann Nelson
• Irene Tomas
• Sue Tyagi
Please welcome Bethany Hill as the newly acclaimed shop steward that joins the list of stewards noted below.
This notice is to advise all BCGEU members at Raincity Housing that the following people are the current shop stewards for your worksite:
David James Graham
Eddyne (Guerson) Barosy
If you have any questions regarding workplace issues o...
Component 8 Community Health Services has made a donation to the Prince Rupert Wildlife Rehab Shelter. The shelter is a volunteer service that has rescued, rehabilitated and released thousands of birds and animals over the past 20 years.
Component 8 executive member Susanne Bellefontaine presented the cheque to the shelter’s co-founder Nancy Golinia. “She was extremely grateful,” says Susanne....