Manitobans rely on strong public services that support families and keep Manitoba moving. But over the last several years, the Manitoba government has cut / privatized public services and eliminated thousands of jobs in the public sector — good jobs that support children and seniors and ensure our workplaces and communities are safe.
Join the call for the Manitoba government to honour their commitments and protect Manitobans by investing in our public services.
It’s time to take workplace mental health as seriously as we take traditional, physical health and safety issues at work. Employers have a responsibility to protect us from work situations that harm our mental health, and to create a work environment that promotes psychological health and safety.
This campaign aims to raise awareness about workplace mental health, and
help us press for employer action on workplace mental health and wellness.
For workers helping vulnerable Manitobans in our communities, it's not just a job. It’s personal. It’s connection. And it makes all the difference in people’s lives.
This joint initiative between the MGEU, UFCW 832, and CUPE Manitoba supports the dedicated workers who help our most vulnerable by calling on the Manitoba government to increase funding for these important community-based services.
The Manitoba Government has announced plans to close several important provincial employers in Portage la Prairie, which will result in the loss of hundreds of quality jobs in the region.
The people of Portage need your help. Tell the Manitoba government to commit
to keeping public services and jobs here in this community.
The PC government has chosen the risky path toward privatizing Manitoba’s highway and vehicle maintenance services. MGEU members delivering these services are focused on providing quality services that keep Manitobans safe, but cuts to staff and resources at Manitoba Infrastructure and the Vehicle and Equipment Management Agency (VEMA) have made it extremely difficult for these workers to do their jobs.
Show your support and help keep Manitoba's highway and vehicle
maintenance services public by sending a message to the government.
Keeping Manitoba's Liquor Marts public means great service and selection for
customers, safer communities, and reinvesting in services for Manitobans
everywhere. This coalition of Manitoba organizations believes in keeping liquor
public because public serves us better.
Income inequality is not inevitable. This campaign is helping to build a growing movement of people and organizations who understand what needs to be done to stop the growing gap of inequality – proposing solutions and working with allies to find exciting ways to strengthen the union movement for a fairer country, a country where people are treated as valuable resources not a cheap, disposable workforce.
Manitoba works best when we all work together. The provincial PC government has stacked the deck against workers, picked fights with unions, and slashed the services that families count on. Tell the goverment that it's time for fairness. For workers. For everyone.