Employees at River Rock Casino have voted overwhelmingly to join the B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union (BCGEU). Workers there voted 96 per cent in favour of joining the BCGEU.
The BCGEU is proud to join a coallition of B.C. companies, organizations, and cities in a call for a bold, new Climate Leadership Plan released today.
National Chief Dwight Dorey of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) will be in British Columbia as part of a national tour to discuss issues important to Indigenous Peoples at the community lev
Government must make a deep and sustained commitment to improve staffing and resources allocated to the Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD), the B.C.
Building on the success of the nation-wide actions coordinated by the BCGEU in March 2015, the coalition campaign against C-51 has been relaunched.
The BCGEU welcomes the temporary appointment of Grand Chief Ed John as Senior Advisor to the Ministry for Children and Families (MCFD), but cautions that broader systemic issues must urg
The BCGEU and Bryce Casavant learned this week that he is being transferred out of the Conservation Officer Service.
On 19 August clinic and hospital directors, nurses and health services users’ organizations, pensioners, medical unions, service providers such as ambulances, medical faculties and inter
The B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union is joining First Nations and environmental advocates in opposing the B.C.
The BCGEU leadership will be visiting worksites across the Okanagan on July 21, including in Kelowna, Penticton, Armstrong, and Vernon.
The BCGEU has reluctantly begun job action this morning. Of the 183 members we represent at the City of Fort St John, 58 are off the job today. Thirty work at city hall.
The BCGEU, which represents workers at the City of Fort St John, today issued 72-hour strike notice to the employer.
BURNABY – The B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union released two reports today showing that the B.C.