On March 21st, 2019, CEIU sent Locals throughout the country an update on the SMSM-1102 file, including documents for the members. We invite the members to contact their local union officers for further information.
The employees and members of CEIU extend our deepest sympathy and condolences to our Muslim friends, to the victims and their families, and, to the community for the senseless attack at the New Zealand mosque that claimed 50 lives.
International Women's Day is observed annually on March 8th. It is this day that we celebrate women around the world and the social, cultural, economic and political achievements of women while continuing to campaign for greater progress.
In response to grievances filed in 2008, hundreds of CEIU members working at Service Canada have been given new job descriptions that reflects the work they have been doing for years, and will be receiving retroactive pay going back, in some cases, to 2006.
CEIU was invited to an in-person meeting yesterday with senior management at ESDC/Service Canada.
The purpose of the meeting was to share with our union the results of the interdepartmental classification committee assessment of the new job description presented in September 2018. The meeting was held in camera.
A call for nominations for the position of 2nd Alternate National Vice-President for the Quebec Region has just been sent out to all CEIU Local Presidents in Quebec to post on their Union’s bulletin boards.
The CEIU Human Rights / Race Relations (HRRR) Committee is pleased to announce the CEIU Human Rights / Race Relations Conference to be held September 14 and 15, 2019, at the Fairmont Hotel in Winnipeg.
A call for nominations for three (3) positions of Alternate National Vice-Presidents has just been sent out to all CEIU Local Presidents in the respective regions to post on their Union’s bulletin boards.
This month marks the third holiday season that we have suffered under the debacle of the Phoenix pay system with no relief in sight. It seems that our employers still do not comprehend what it means to be, once again, going into the holidays uncertain about how much we will be paid for our labour, or even if we will be paid at all!
It has been nearly 30 years since December 6, 1989, when an armed male student walked into an Engineering class at l'École Polytechnique de Montréal, forced the men to leave, murdered 14 women and injured 10 others stating he was “fighting feminism”. Then he shot himself.