Thursday, 10 January 2008

B.C. health care unions resume meetings on Bill 29 today

As the B.C. Government goes back to the bargaining table today with B.C. health care workers - the Saskatchewan government continues to stumble forward with plans ("feedback sessions" is not consultation) to become the next province that will be "Off Side" with the Supreme Court of Canada for violating workers fundamental and charter rights.

The Sask Party government appears determined to leave a legacy of Saskatchewan being the home of the WORST labour laws in Canada.

"B.C. health care unions resume meetings on Bill 29 today

Health care shortages and workers' rights must be addressed in wake of historic Supreme Court ruling

Vancouver (10 Jan. 2008) - The British Columbia Government and Service Employees' Union (BCGEU/NUPGE) and other health unions resume meetings today with the provincial officials and health employers to discuss the implementation of last summer's historic Supreme Court of Canada ruling invalidating key portions of Bill 29." read more...... (

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