Voting is one of the most important things we do. How we vote determines our government for the next four years which affects everything. It decides what kind of home we can afford, the kind of healthcare we get, and whether or not we will get a raise this year at work.
BCGEU President Stephanie Smith calls for solidarity and unity in the face of hate and racism.
There can be no safe haven for hate in our communities.
Once again, the forecast indicates snowfall will create a winter wonderland across B.C. - unusually so in the Lower Mainland.
Thanks to the tremendous work of BCGEU members in Component 4 Health Services, January has been proclaimed Health Services Providers Month by the BC government.
As we get ready to leave 2016 behind it's a good time to reflect on all that we've done together over the last 12 months.
It’s hard to believe, but 27 years have passed since 14 young women were slain at the École Polytechnique, an event also known as the Montreal Massacre. It remains one of the darkest days in our nation’s history.
One evening earlier this fall, more than 40 members crowded into our Lower Mainland Area Office. This meeting wasn’t a typical union gathering, however.
Earlier this month the Vancouver Sun published an article examining injury rates for home support workers, and the statistics are appalling.
The growing rate of violence in B.C. prisons is alarming.