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NSGEU is sponsoring “Don’t Drink and Drive Commercials” featuring a member of Local 1995, Cape Breton Regional Police.

NSGEU represents members who work for the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) and for the Cape Breton Regional Police (CBRP). When we were approached to sponsor a “Don’t Drink and Drive” commercial featuring a member of the CBRP, we saw it was a great fit and an important message. NSGEU members of Local 470 and […]

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Local 1995 Bargaining Update: Tentative Agreement Reached, Recommending Acceptance: Information/Ratification Vote Scheduled

Dear member of Local 1995, Your Bargaining Committee met with a conciliator on May 15th, but despite our best efforts, we were not able to conclude a collective agreement at that time. Discussion continued in the weeks and months following and with the assistance of the Conciliation Officer we are pleased to inform the membership […]

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Local 1995 Cape Breton Regional Police Services – Bargaining Reaches Impasse; Union Files for Conciliation

After five days at the bargaining table, your employer has refused to satisfactorily address the concerns of the membership of Local 1995. Further, the employer advised the Union on Thursday, March 20th,  they were not willing to meet to discuss or negotiate any outstanding items.  Nor has the Union received a final offer from the […]

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Local 1995 – Cape Breton Regional Police – Negotiations Moving Forward

The union is mailing you a copy of the proposals which were tabled during the opening day of negotiations on Tuesday, February 4th , 2014. These proposals were developed by your Bargaining Committee after careful consideration and analysis of the input from the membership. Negotiations continued on February 5th, 6th & 12th and for the […]

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President Jessome swears-in new executive of Local 1995, employees of the Cape Breton Regional Municipal Police

Approximately 70 members of Local 1995 filled the room at their triennial meeting on June 17 where they elected a new executive to lead their local for the next three years. At the meeting, President Jessome led a discussion about the next steps the union is taking to address member’s ongoing concerns about health & […]

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