CEIU was shocked and saddened to learn of the news of a shooting incident in Portapique, Nova Scotia and in its surroundings on April 18th, which you have certainly heard about in the news. Our thoughts are first and foremost with the loved ones of those who lost their life in these dramatic events.Read more
Elections for Alternate National Vice-Presidents (NVP) and Alternate Delegates to the CEIU Convention
With the deadline date of April 15th now passed to receive nominations for A/NVP positions and alternate delegates, the CEIU National Office would like to start by congratulating the three (3) candidates that were acclaimed to Alternate NVP positions:Read more
Are you thinking of submitting your name as one of the Alternate NVP(s) for CEIU? Then this is the time to do it.Read more
The Call for Nominations for Alternate Delegates to the 2020 CEIU Convention has now been sent to the Local Presidents for all locals in electoral districts that have no alternate delegates.Read more
With everything that is happening around the globe, CEIU will be extending the deadline date to submit resolutions to the CEIU National Office from March 27th, 2020 to May 1st, 2020.Read more
The elections for CEIU’s NVP positions have concluded, following a full week of electronic voting, beginning on March 18th and ending on March 25th, 2020.Read more
The Canada Employment and Immigration Union (CEIU) is joining other Canadian unions to call on the federal government and the provincial governments to offer immediate supports to all workers who have lost income as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, including those who do not qualify for Employment Insurance (EI).Read more
Dear CEIU members,
As you may be aware, it is important that we ensure the core business of our union continues so that our structure and operations can continue to support our members. The voting period is currently in effect, and the deadline to vote is March 25, 2020. You must provide us with a PERSONAL email address (not an employer email address), to be able to vote.
Union leadership are working around the clock to protect our members amid the COVID-19 pandemic. We are very concerned about the health and safety of our members and staff, and all the loved ones who are affected by possible exposure to this virus in our work sites and service centres. Our top priority currently is to continue to pressure the employer to implement safety measures, as we continue to deliver essential services to our fellow Canadians.
Ottawa, March 17, 2020 - As the financial impact of COVID-19 forces many Canadians into Service Canada offices to apply for Employment Insurance (EI) and other critical services, we are urging the government to take immediate steps to safeguard the health & safety of their employees and the public they serve.Read more