Jul 05, 2019 -
MGEU Files Grievance Against Government’s “Callous” LifeFlight Lay-offs
Today, the MGEU filed a group grievance on behalf of Civil Service members who worked in the LifeFlight Air Ambulance program and were recently laid-off without proper notice.
Jun 27, 2019 -
Sara Riel, Local 353 ratifies new agreement
Members of Sara Riel - Local 353, who provide programs and services in a community-based setting to adults experiencing mental health concerns, ratified a one-year agreement.
Jun 21, 2019 -
NUPGE Convention Gets Underway in Winnipeg
Today the National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) – MGEU’s national union - opened their convention in Winnipeg. The Triennial Convention, with delegates from all components, is the supreme governing body of NUPGE.
Jun 13, 2019 -
Health Care representation votes to be held August 8 to 22, 2019
This afternoon, the Commissioner announced that health care workers will have a chance to vote starting Thursday, August 8 until Thursday, August 22, 2019 on which union they want to represent them.
Jun 07, 2019 -
Government Employees Celebrate Service Excellence
Provincial employees gathered at the RBC Convention Centre today to celebrate the 21st Annual Manitoba Service Excellence Awards.
Jun 07, 2019 -
New Campaign Provides Compelling Reasons to Keep Manitoba’s Liquor System Public
The MGEU is running a new radio and online campaign about the benefits of keeping Manitoba’s liquor sales public. The campaign is a response to more potential privatization of the province's liquor system and includes an online petition for Manitobans to sign.
Jun 06, 2019 -
Government Ignores Professionals’ Advice, Privatizes Air Ambulance Anyway
Today the Manitoba government announced its plan to privatize the province’s Lifeflight Air Ambulance program – despite vocal opposition from the MGEU and Manitoba health care professionals.
Jun 03, 2019 -
MGEU Mourns the Passing of Bill Comstock
Today we say goodbye to a long-time MGEU staff member and friend, Bill Comstock, who passed away last night after a lengthy illness. Bill worked for the MGEU for 23 years before retiring in 2006 as the union’s Director of Negotiating Services.
May 30, 2019 -
Amendments to Mental Health Act Raise Serious Concerns
The Pallister government proclaimed amendments to the Mental Health Act which is raising huge concerns for the MGEU and health care workers across the province. The amendments will see police officers transfer over the custody of individuals awaiting an involuntary medical examination or psychiatric assessment to “a person who is trained and qualified” or in other words, health care aides and nurses. The government has stated training will be provided.
May 28, 2019 -
MGEU Plans Rally to Save Selkirk Laundry
The MGEU is holding an information picket / rally in support of members working at Selkirk Laundry, which provides laundry services for patients in hospitals, residents in personal care homes, and medical clinics throughout the Interlake and in Winnipeg.