Jan 17, 2020 -
Hecla Golf Course ratifies new agreement
Members of Hecla Golf Course - Local 140 ratified a new three-year agreement yesterday.
Jan 10, 2020 -
MGEU Welcomes Home Firefighters from Australia
Andrew Prokopchuk and Gerry Rosset were greeted yesterday by family at the Winnipeg Richardson International Airport after a 38-day stint helping Australian officials with the continuing firefight in South Wales, about 200 kilometres south of Sydney.
Jan 07, 2020 -
Women's Conference Application Now Available
From Thursday, April 23 to Saturday, April 25, 2020 the MGEU will be holding its Women’s Conference in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Registration deadline for applications is Monday, January 27, 2020. Apply online today!
Dec 20, 2019 -
ROSE Inc. ratifies new collective agreement
Members of ROSE Inc. - Local 376, who provide residential and day program supports for intellectually challenged adults in St. Rose, ratified a new three-year agreement today.
Dec 18, 2019 -
Metis and Michif CFS Agencies ratify new contract
Members of Metis and Michif CFS Agencies - Locals 383, 384, 385 and 422 voted to ratify a new five-year agreement this week.
Dec 18, 2019 -
MGEU Holiday Hours
Here are our holiday hours. If you need assistance from the union during the holidays, please contact our Resource Centre by phone or email. Happy Holidays!
Dec 09, 2019 -
Impark Services - Local 434 ratifies new agreement
Members of Impark Services - Local 434 voted to ratify a new three-year agreement yesterday.
Dec 06, 2019 -
Major Changes and Long Wait Lists at Manitoba Housing
Manitoba Housing and its future were debated at the Manitoba Legislature in the closing week of the legislative session. MGEU President, Michelle Gawronsky says the comments made by the Minister of Families are a "slap in the face" to those in Manitoba Housing who were recently told that changes are coming, which will affect services and potentially eliminate their jobs.
Dec 06, 2019 -
Busy Legislative Session Wraps Up
The Manitoba Legislature has wrapped up for another year and it was a busy one with a successful lobby day for members and meetings with the Premier, Ministers, and MLAs. Over a dozen pieces of legislation were introduced. Some were brand new, while others were carried over due to the early election call. Here are a few pieces of legislation that the MGEU is keeping an eye on.
Dec 03, 2019 -
Pallister Government Introduces "Public Service Act"
The government says the proposed changes will “modernize” the legislation and put added focus on “maintaining an efficient, safe and harassment-free workplace,” which MGEU President, Michelle Gawronsky says is welcome news. But she is also concerned that other, much less publicized, pieces of the legislation raise significant red flags for MGEU civil service members. In particular, the legislation will eliminate provisions in the Civil Service Act for the appointment of an arbitration board, and for the establishment of a Joint Council.