A sweeping overhaul and reinvestment in B.C.’s residential care program for vulnerable children and youth is required following the Representative
BCGEU Victoria Area Office – 2994 Douglas Street
The BCGEU congratulates Irene Lanzinger, the newly elected president of the BC Federation of Labour.
The Ishtar Transition Housing Society of Langley has announced plans to close two transition houses effective January 31, 2015.
The BCGEU is applauding the provincial government’s decision to modernize public liquor stores.
Hiring an additional 130 new staff in B.C.’s Ministry of Children and Family Development is a positive step forward, but more needs to be done to alleviate the crisis in the province’s child and fa
B.C.’s child and family welfare system is at breaking point, with excessive caseloads putting vulnerable children, youth and families at risk, frontline workers reveal in a report released today, t
The BCGEU’s governing body, the Provincial Executive, has unanimously endorsed Amber Hockin and its own Aaron Ekman in their campaign to become the BC Federation of Labour’s president and secretary
BCGEU strongly supports the federal NDP’s plan to bring universal $15/day childcare to all Canadian families.
On October 8, 2014 the BCGEU Classifications representative met with members of the Corrections Classification Focus Group (Dean Purdy Component 1 Vice President, Brian Campbell Component 1 2nd Vic
Mt. Polley acknowledgement highlights need to boost environmental protection
Today the BCGEU will open its new Cranbrook Area Office to serve the almost 1,100 BCGEU members who work in the East Kootenay.
Sept. 30, 2014
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