Winnipeg – October 16, 2018 – UFCW 832 members at Loblaw banner stores across Manitoba have ratified a new collective agreement covering members at Superstore, Extra Foods, and No Frills.
Winnipeg (16 Oct. 2018) — Yesterday, the Government of Manitoba proclaimed October 15—19, Health Care Support Services Week, and October 18, Health Care Aide Day.Vital to day-to-day quality of health care
Health care support workers can be found throughout our health care system: in hospitals, clinics, personal care homes, chronic care, and long-term care facilities. The proclamation of this important week and day is an opportunity for Manitobans to celebrate and salute the thousands of frontline health workers who care for us each and every day.
The lives and careers of two former paramedics were celebrated today as northern Manitoba lakes were renamed in their memory.
Today the Government of Manitoba proclaimed October 15 – 19, 2018 Health Care Support Services Week and October 18, 2018 Health Care Aide Day.
“Grocery corporations got caught red-handed fixing the price of bread. Construction corporations got caught red-handed overcharging us $8 billion for P3 hospitals and highways. Why should we ever trust cannabis corporations to keep our kids and communities safe?” — Eduardo (Eddy) Almeida, OPSEU First Vice-President / Treasurer
Ottawa – October 15, 2018 – The Senate recently called on UFCW to provide advice about the future of Canada’s agri-food sector, and recommendations for improving labour policy in particular.
The submission calls for the Ministry of Health to focus on human resources strategies that address shortages in health science professions, improve access to multidisciplinary primary care and mental health services, and improve access to early intervention services for children with disabilities.
As of November 1, 2018, all Manitoba public-sector organizations must comply with the Accessibility for Manitobans Act, which aims to create a more inclusive society by removing barriers to everyday living while promoting dignity and respect for Manitobans with disabilities.