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Stop Privatization of Food Services

Stop Privatization of Food Services

Stop Privatization of Food Services The Saskatchewan government is proposing to privatize food services in our adult corrections and young offender centres in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert. This move will result in the elimination of 64…

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Anti-privatization

Anti-privatization

Anti-privatization SGEU's provincial Anti-Privatization committee has launched several campaigns to defend our province's public services from being quietly sold off to private companies. View the TV ad, "Don't Mess With Our…

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President's Message - COVID-19 Pandemic

President's Message - COVID-19 Pandemic

Hello Everyone: I appreciate your patience as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves. I’m grateful to those who continue to work on the front lines during this viral war — the value of the services you provide cannot be overestimated,…

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Union Matters

Union Matters

Union Matters   Subscribe to our newsletter, Union Matters, and stay up to date on the latest SGEU news and current events. To sign up, click here or send an email to mis@sgeu.org with your personal email address. CURRENT ISSUE…

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CORRECTIONAL SERVICES APPRECIATION DAY

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES APPRECIATION DAY

May 7, 2020 CORRECTIONAL SERVICES APPRECIATION DAY REGINA – The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed May 7th Correctional Services Appreciation day. This is an opportunity for us all to recognize the important role corrections…

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Tax fairness bus touring Saskatchewan - September 14, 2014

Tax fairness bus touring Saskatchewan - September 14, 2014

Tax fairness bus touring Saskatchewan - September 14, 2014 The Fairness Express bus will be touring Saskatchewan starting on September 15 until October 11. When the Fairness Express pulls into Humboldt, Saskatchewan it will have traveled 22,…

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SGEU member rally to stop privatization - April 11, 2014

SGEU member rally to stop privatization - April 11, 2014

Hundreds of SGEU members and supporters took to the streets today to voice their opposition to the sell-off of Saskatchewan public services. Government has recently announced its intention to privatize food services in corrections and young…

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Member Updates

Member Updates

Members recognized for keeping our workplaces safe SGEU wishes to congratulate member, Lorna Hamilton upon receiving the 2015 Safe Worker and Safe Employer Award from WorkSafe Saskatchewan. Hamilton is a continuing care assistant at the…

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Retirees Honoured

Retirees Honoured

Retirees urge new members to show strong support for their union New life members Recent retirees including those inducted into SGEU’s lifetime members group this year recently sat down together to reflect on what they call a…

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Closing rural liquor stores a blow to communities - April 3, 2014

Closing rural liquor stores a blow to communities - April 3, 2014

Closing rural liquor stores a blow to communities - April 3, 2014 Government’s decision to close four small town liquor stores is a blow to rural communities that rely on public services and public service jobs to meet local needs and keep…

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SIAST Professional Services reach tentative agreement - April 3, 2014

SIAST Professional Services reach tentative agreement - April 3, 2014

SIAST Professional Services reach tentative agreement - April 3, 2014 SGEU’s Professional Services negotiating committee has reached a tentative agreement with the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST). The union…

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Contracting out highways work a constly mistake - April 2, 2014

Contracting out highways work a constly mistake - April 2, 2014

Contracting out highways work a constly mistake - April 2, 2014 Government should stop contracting out important public services, like engineering design work for the province’s highways, because of mounting evidence that privatization is a…

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Saskatchewan people lose out with move to private liquor sales - March 31, 2014

Saskatchewan people lose out with move to private liquor sales - March 31, 2014

Saskatchewan people lose out with move to private liquor sales - March 31, 2014 The recent opening of a new private liquor store in Saskatoon signals the erosion of public liquor sales in Saskatchewan, and means less money for important public…

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Government moves ahead on corrections food services privatization proposal despite concerns - February 27, 2014

Government moves ahead on corrections food services privatization proposal despite concerns - February 27, 2014

Government moves ahead on corrections food services privatization proposal despite concerns - February 27, 2014 The government is moving ahead on its proposal to privatize corrections and young offender food services despite concerns about…

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