NUPGE unequivocally stands in solidarity with the members of UNIFOR and all workers employed at GM’s Oshawa Assembly plant.
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5 jobs have been cut from the Compass Residential Youth Program in Portage la Prairie. Please sign and share the petition to send a message to the Manitoba government and urge them to reverse these reckless cuts!
"These campuses, these programs, and these good jobs are integral parts of the economic structure of rural Newfoundland and Labrador. Each cut has a ripple effect on the local economy.”?— Jerry Earle, NAPE President
“Sask Polytech cannot continue to lose support staff and instructors. These are the workers who make student success possible.”?—?Bonnie Bond, Professional Services Bargaining Unit Chair
“The employer is replacing highly skilled, highly experienced, and highly invested staff — experts in the field who know their clients and the community. This will inevitably have an adverse impact on the children and parents we serve.”?—?Candice Copeland, Vice-President of OPSEU's Local 148
“Laying off highly-skilled workers, hiring more expensive providers and leaving patients in the lurch just doesn’t make sense.”?— Warren (Smokey) Thomas, OPSEU President
In July alone, the Newfoundland and Labrador government paid over $27,000 for services already being done in-house.?
“The impact of these austerity measures will be felt far and wide — from the young to our elderly and most vulnerable. The public sector cuts, layoffs and closures are hitting our rural communities the hardest. Is this the stronger tomorrow we were promised?”?— Jerry Earle, NAPE President
"We have concerns that eliminating jobs in the public sector will have an impact on the vital public services that the people of this province depend on every day. You simply can’t do more, with less."?Jerry Earle, NAPE President
"Let me be clear?—?your union will stand up for you, your families, your jobs, and the vital public services that you deliver to the people of the province every day."?— Jerry Earle, NAPE President