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This is not the first Special Operating Agency to be shut down by the Pallister government. The Green Manitoba Eco Solutions agency was shuttered, and the Pineland Forest Nursery will end operations by the end of the year.

Winnipeg (29 Nov. 2018)?—?The Government of Manitoba is contracting out the jobs of members of the Manitoba Government and General Employees' Union (MGEU/NUPGE) and laying off up to 11 employees in the government’s Real Estate Assessment division of the Crown Lands Property Agency (CLPA), effective March 30, 2019.

Manitoba government takes advantage of contract expiry to cut jobs

The current civil service collective agreement, which includes a “no-lay-off” clause, expires March 29, 2019.? And while the agreement remains in effect until a new one is negotiated and ratified, the “no-lay-off” provision ends on the expiry date of the contract.

The government informed the MGEU/NUPGE in a letter that it will contract out additional appraisal work from the division and will be dissolving the division’s Special Operating Agency status, impacting one term employee and 10 regular employees, who work in Portage la Prairie.

MGEU/NUPGE asks, What's behind the layoffs?

Michelle Gawronsky, MGEU President,?says the move is deeply concerning for all Manitobans, not just those impacted by the layoffs in Portage.

“What is the Premier getting ready to do by laying off the people who handle the sale of our publicly-owned land? Is he planning to hold a fire sale of our crown land? There is something deeply unsettling about this closure for all Manitobans. The Premier needs to tell Manitobans what is really behind this cut.”

The impacted employees who work in the Crown Lands and Property Agency?are responsible for processing all Crown land sales, leases and permits, as well as land appraisal, acquisition, expropriation and other related real estate services for?government. They provide a single point of service to the public for all transactions involving provincial Crown land in Manitoba, and serve as an in-house real estate services provider for all departments of the Manitoba government.

The government says they will attempt to secure alternate positions for these employees in the civil service, but if no other positions can be found, they will be laid off effective March 30, 2019.

“These are more good local jobs being cut from yet another rural Manitoba community by this government. It’s pretty clear the Premier doesn’t care about these people who live right in his hometown,” said Gawronsky.

This is not the first Special Operating Agency to be shut down by the Pallister government. The Green Manitoba Eco Solutions agency was shuttered, and the Pineland Forest Nursery will end operations by the end of the year.


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The National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) is one of Canada's largest labour organizations with over 390,000 members. Our mission is to improve the lives of working families and to build a stronger Canada by ensuring our common wealth is used for the common good. — NUPGE

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