SEIU Members Emma and Kristina working at the Avalon Sexual Assault Centre in Halifax, invite you to a December 6 Vigil to honour the 14 lives lost during the Montreal Massacre and those who are still impacted by gender-based violence each day.
If you’re in Halifax, be sure to visit the charming Glitter Bean café and support this inspiring worker initiative!
NDP hosts roundtable discussion to listen firsthand to healthcare workers and unions representing them about the Nova Scotian healthcare system.
Local 2 members in Nova Scotia gathered at various BBQs across the province this summer.
This $3,000 national scholarship was established by the CCOHS Council of Governors to inspire and encourage women across Canada to pursue careers in the occupational health and safety field. Applications must be received no later than 11:59 p.m. EDT on August 31.
RE: CCA Registration It is now mandatory in Nova Scotia for all Continuing Care Assistants (“CCAs”) to register with the CCA registry. CCAs have until June 30th to register. Registration…
Nova Scotia Sydney security workers from left: Curtis Dauphney, Brad MacQuarrie, Justin Pollock and James Timmons.
Eight unions with members affected by Bill 148 – including SEIU – have been fighting this anti-worker legislation since it was introduced in 2015. See Nova Scotia Federation of Labour Press Release.
Kristina Fifield works at Avalon Sexual Assault Centre in Halifax, N.S. She shares this message to share with the SEIU Local 2 family.