An independent inquiry would have been preferable to asking the Ombudsperson to investigate the Health Ministry firings, the B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union (BCGEU) said today.
The latest report by the Representative for Children and Youth is a tragic story full of missed opportunities for intervention. It is clear that the B.C.
British Columbia’s social welfare software system is failing to fulfill its intended role, the B.C. Auditor General said in a report released today.
We need to make some noise for our health care system! The Harper government let the Canada Health Accord expire last year, meaning fewer resources for public health care across the country.
As though they were tag-teaming with their friends at the Fraser Institute who attacked public service workers a few weeks ago, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business is doing the same.
There was a groundswell of support for today’s National Day of Action Against Bill C-51. Seventy actions took place across the country, from Victoria to Halifax.
Improving affordability and access to child care spaces are a greater priority for B.C. families than the promise of another tax credit.
Applications open today for a $100,000 scholarship fund that assists adults with developmental disabilities with personal or professional development.
BCGEU members who work on the Canada Line have ratified a collective agreement with Protrans BC which operates the line. Members voted 63 per cent in favour of the agreement.
Nearly 40 employees at the Salvation Army Centre of Hope in Abbotsford have decided to join the B.C.
The BCGEU is dismayed that the B.C.
Exempting child support payments is a welcome social policy change announced in yesterday’s budget, but government’s decision to cut over fifty Ministry workers who administered this program is sho
Today’s provincial budget continues to underfund many government services and relies too heavily on regressive fees to create revenue rather than progressive taxes on profitable corporations and in
The BCGEU is calling on the provincial government to use the predicted budget surplus to begin re-investing in public services that have seen their funding slashed or frozen for more than a decade.