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MAHCP President’s Tour heads north this week

Manitoba Association of Health Care Professionals -

 

MAHCP members in Northern Manitoba, President Bob Moroz is on his way to see you!

President Moroz will be hosting the official meetings in Thompson, Flin Flon and The Pas on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday respectively. Full information below:

  • Thompson – June 20, 2017 – United Steel Workers Local 6166, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
  • Flin Flon – June 21, 2017 – Victoria Inn, 3 pm to 5 pm
  • The Pas – June 22, 2017 – Kikiwak Inn, 3 pm to 5 pm

Among the topics that will be discussed at these meetings are:

  1. Upcoming bargaining
  2. Recent provincial legislation affecting all public-sector workers and specifically the health-care sector (Bill 28 and Bill 29)
  3. And any local issues that members would like to bring forward

For our members at the different DSM facilities in the North, you are most welcome to attend the meeting that is most convenient for you.

We’d love to see as many MAHCP members as possible during the Northern Tour.

Thank you!

SEIU-West/SAHO Bargaining Update No. 5

SEIU West -

SAHO finally concluded presenting their counter proposals to the SEIU-West initial proposal document. It was surprising how much time that took, since the SAHO consistent response was to maintain the status quo (except when they proposed take-aways) or telling the Union to resolve issues at the ‘local’ level. We told them that the members’ frustration at their inability to problem solve issues at the ‘local’ level, either because the Employer has no interest or no authority to do so, is what generates our proposals...

Federal government urged to act on Diab case

NUPGE -

Dr. Hassan Diab is being held in a jail in France for a crime he did not commit. Diab’s finger prints, palm prints, physical description, and handwriting do not match those of the suspect.  Furthermore, French investigating judges have confirmed that he was not even in France at the time of the bombing. Diab has consistently denied involvement and condemned the violence.

Federal government urged to act on Diab case

NUPGE -

Dr. Hassan Diab is being held in a jail in France for a crime he did not commit. Diab’s finger prints, palm prints, physical description, and handwriting do not match those of the suspect.  Furthermore, French investigating judges have confirmed that he was not even in France at the time of the bombing. Diab has consistently denied involvement and condemned the violence.

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