Local 3890 is entitled to send three delegates to the CUPE Convention and four delegates to the NSFL Event.
During our Local 3890 June meeting, elections were held to select the delegates.
The CUPE delegation is Ron Davis, Robert MacKay, and Clint Eagles.
the NSFL delegation is Ron Davis, Lisa Davison, Robert MacKay, and Sherrylynn Woodworth.
CCRCE has released the Quick View Calendar for the 2019-2020 school year, a copy is presented here for your information.
You can download and print this calendar on a standard 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper.
It is also available on the CCRCE website using the Calendar – Quickview Calendar: Year-at-a-Glance link on their main page.
Celebration of Life
will be held on Sunday, May 5, 2019
from 2 – 4 pm
at Campbell’s Funeral Home,
98 Church St. Amherst.
View more information in the Memorial Notice that Campbell’s Funeral Home has posted on its website.
As Canadian workers we rely on our pensions and benefits so we can live and retire with dignity.
So with Canada’s inadequate bankruptcy laws allow failing corporations to take the money intended for our pensions and benefits, and use it to pay off CEOs, banks and investors instead.
We need to stop corporations from putting shareholders, banks and creditors ahead of their employees when they file for bankruptcy.
Proud member of CUPE 3890
The Negotiating Committee has asked that we publish the first set of proposals made by both sides in their efforts to renew our Collective Agreement and is included in the ‘All Posts’ menu feed.
To view it now, just CLICK HERE.
NSTU votes to protect public education
Nova Scotia teachers voted firmly in favour of protecting public education by giving the NSTU a strike mandate.
Eighty-two and a half per cent voted in favour of job action. Ninety-four per cent of NSTU public schools members participated in the vote.
“Teachers are prepared to put themselves at risk, both professionally and financially, to stop a damaging experiment in our public education system,” says NSTU President, Liette Doucet.
To read the full News release from the NSTU website CLICK HERE Article will open in new window.
The NSTU has voted overwhelmingly in favor of job action.
What will they do?
How will their actions affect us as CUPE members?
We will try to keep our membership informed as things develop. Watch for notices to members that could be posted on bulletin boards, and will be published on this website. Things may happen quickly without much time to prepare.
The CBC has written an article “NSTU votes in favour of illegal job action, wants meeting with minister, premier”.
CLICK HERE to open this article in new window.
NOTE: This link is from the CBC website and may disappear if they change or update their story.