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National Indigenous Peoples Day

Message from Hali Topinka, SGEU Indigenous VP National Indigenous Peoples Day was first recognized in 1996, following recommendations from The National Indian Brotherhood…

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ALL ESSENTIAL WORKERS DESERVE PANDEMIC PAY: SGEU Union calling on government to recognize efforts of all workers

ALL ESSENTIAL WORKERS DESERVE PANDEMIC PAY: SGEU Union calling on government to recognize efforts of all workers

May 11, 2020 ALL ESSENTIAL WORKERS DESERVE PANDEMIC PAY: SGEU Union calling on government to recognize efforts of all workers   Regina- SGEU is calling on the Government of Saskatchewan to recognize that there are many…

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#Thankaworker

#Thankaworker

Click here to listen to our latest Radio Ad   When times are tough, SGEU workers are there for you. Be there for them. #thankaworker When times are tough, SGEU workers are there for you. Be there for them.…

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CBO workers need protections during COVID-19 pandemic

CBO workers need protections during COVID-19 pandemic

April 8, 2020 CBO workers need protections during COVID-19 pandemic The three unions representing workers at community-based organizations (CBOs) in Saskatchewan have joined forces to call on all levels of government to provide…

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Public Liquor Stores and Employees Taking Precautions During COVID-19 Pandemic

Public Liquor Stores and Employees Taking Precautions During COVID-19 Pandemic

March 31, 2020 Public Liquor Stores and Employees Taking Precautions During COVID-19 Pandemic Provincially-owned liquor stores are implementing health and safety measures to protect their customers and employees against COVID-19 — a…

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SGEU Responds to Confirmation of Corrections Officers testing positive for Covid-19

SGEU Responds to Confirmation of Corrections Officers testing positive for Covid-19

March 27, 2020 SGEU Responds to Confirmation of Corrections Officers testing positive for Covid-19 Regina- Today it was confirmed that two Correction Officers in Saskatoon have tested positive for Covid-19. The confirmed cases raise…

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