Manitoba Government & General Employees Union

Celebrate Health Care Support Workers' Week

The Province of Manitoba has proclaimed Monday, October 9 to Friday, October 13 Health Care Support Workers’ Week, an opportunity to celebrate and salute the thousands of front-line health workers who care for us each and every day.

Government Plans to Cut Even More from Provincial Civil Service

After months of pressure from the media and public, the government has finally released part of the KPMG report – a taxpayer-funded report written by private consultants and commissioned by the Pallister government to provide advice on spending cuts. The government confirmed it will accept KPMG’s recommendation to cut the civil service by eight percent over the next three years.

Government Plans to Cut Even More Government Workers

After months of pressure from the media and public, the government has finally released part of the KPMG report, a report from private consultants commissioned by the Pallister government to provide advice on spending cuts. After months of refusing to release the taxpayer-funded report, the government made it public yesterday.

Peace Officers Asking for Help to Make Memorial a Reality

The Peace Officer Memorial Foundation has set up a GoFundMe page to help raise the remaining funds needed to make the peace officer memorial a reality. On Sunday, September 24, 2017, the 19th Annual Provincial Police and Peace Officers Memorial service will be held at the Manitoba Legislature at 11 am.

Peace Officer’s Asking for Help to Make Memorial a Reality

The Peace Officer Memorial Foundation has set up a GoFundMe page to help raise the remaining funds needed to make the peace officer memorial a reality.On Sunday, September 24, 2017, the 19th Annual Provincial Police and Peace Officers Memorial service will be held at the Manitoba Legislature at 11 am.

Province Privatizes Major Piece of Home Care Program

Manitoba took a significant — and dangerous — step in privatizing the public home care program yesterday and MGEU President, Michelle Gawronsky says that Manitobans must see this for what it is: another ploy to privatize a strong public service and fill the pockets of private corporations. "Manitobans need to know just how serious this announcement is. It’s privatization, plain and simple.”

2017-18 MGEU Course Year Begins

The new MGEU Membership Education Calendar is now available for the 2017-18 training year. MGEU workplace representatives are encouraged to register for courses online through THE SOURCE.

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