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Association of Employees Supporting Education Services

AESESAESES strives to foster and maintain an environment of respect, cooperation and fairness while representing the interests of the members of the Association. Their objectives are to promote and foster relations between employees and employer; the social, economic and general welfare of our members; and goodwill and effective communication between employees and employers. They work to secure appropriate wages, working conditions, hours of work, job security, and various benefits for all members. We are committed to educating members on matters relating to collective bargaining and contributing to the quality of university life. aeses.ca

Association of Employees Supporting Education Services
900 Harrow St E, Winnipeg, MB R3M 2G5, Canada

AESESAESES strives to foster and maintain an environment of respect, cooperation and fairness while representing the interests of the members of the Association. Their objectives are to promote and foster relations between employees and employer; the social, economic and general welfare of our members; and goodwill and effective communication between employees and employers. They work to secure appropriate wages, working conditions, hours of work, job security, and various benefits for all members. We are committed to educating members on matters relating to collective bargaining and contributing to the quality of university life. aeses.ca

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Alberta Union of Provincial Employees

The Alberta Union of Provincial Employees is Alberta’s largest union, representing almost 80,000 Albertans who work in government, healthcare, education, boards and agencies, municipalities, and private companies. The majority of AUPE’s members work in the public sector. aupe.org

Alberta Union of Provincial Employees
10451 170 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5P 4S7, Canada

The Alberta Union of Provincial Employees is Alberta’s largest union, representing almost 80,000 Albertans who work in government, healthcare, education, boards and agencies, municipalities, and private companies. The majority of AUPE’s members work in the public sector. aupe.org

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Health Sciences Association of Alberta

The HSAA was organized in 1971-72 by eleven paramedical technical associations/societies when it became evident that some form of unionization was imminent. In 1972, a group of paramedical technical employees at the Misericordia Hospital in Edmonton became the first bargaining unit represented by HSAA. In 2003, HSAA members voted strongly in favour of joining the House of Labour. Today, they represent 24,000 paramedical technical, paramedical professional, and general support employees in more than 240 disciplines. HSAA is one of the fastest growing unions in Alberta. hsaa.ca

Health Sciences Association of Alberta
18410 100 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1K3, Canada

The HSAA was organized in 1971-72 by eleven paramedical technical associations/societies when it became evident that some form of unionization was imminent. In 1972, a group of paramedical technical employees at the Misericordia Hospital in Edmonton became the first bargaining unit represented by HSAA. In 2003, HSAA members voted strongly in favour of joining the House of Labour. Today, they represent 24,000 paramedical technical, paramedical professional, and general support employees in more than 240 disciplines. HSAA is one of the fastest growing unions in Alberta. hsaa.ca

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Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan

The Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan (HSAS) is a union representing more than 3,000 Health Care Professionals, who work within all twelve of Saskatchewan’s Health Regions, several privately owned ambulance services in Saskatchewan, and at Canadian Blood Services in Regina. Founded in 1972, their mission is to improve the economic and general welfare of their members and to improve the health care environment for the public. hsas.ca

Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan
1736 Quebec Ave, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1V9, Canada

The Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan (HSAS) is a union representing more than 3,000 Health Care Professionals, who work within all twelve of Saskatchewan’s Health Regions, several privately owned ambulance services in Saskatchewan, and at Canadian Blood Services in Regina. Founded in 1972, their mission is to improve the economic and general welfare of their members and to improve the health care environment for the public. hsas.ca

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Keystone Agricultural Producers

KAP is Manitoba’s largest general farm policy organization, and its job is to represent and promote the interests of the province’s farm families. Everything that they do is directed by their members, and that is their greatest strength. kap.ca

Keystone Agricultural Producers
1700 Ellice Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3H 0B1, Canada

KAP is Manitoba’s largest general farm policy organization, and its job is to represent and promote the interests of the province’s farm families. Everything that they do is directed by their members, and that is their greatest strength. kap.ca

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Manitoba Association of Health Care Professionals

MAHCP is a union of health care professionals dedicated to protecting, advocating for, and advancing the rights of its members through labour relations activities. They represent health care employees across Manitoba. mahcp.ca

Manitoba Association of Health Care Professionals
1500 Notre Dame Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3E 0P9, Canada

MAHCP is a union of health care professionals dedicated to protecting, advocating for, and advancing the rights of its members through labour relations activities. They represent health care employees across Manitoba. mahcp.ca

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Manitoba Government and General Employees' Union

With over 32,000 members, the Manitoba Government and General Employees’ Union is Manitoba’s largest union, representing a broad spectrum of workers in every corner of the province – including those working in the civil service, Crown corporations, universities and colleges, arts organizations, health care facilities, social service agencies and the service industry. In other words, the MGEU represents members who are as diverse as the services that Manitobans enjoy every day. mgeu.ca

Manitoba Government and General Employees' Union
275 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB R3C, Canada

With over 32,000 members, the Manitoba Government and General Employees’ Union is Manitoba’s largest union, representing a broad spectrum of workers in every corner of the province – including those working in the civil service, Crown corporations, universities and colleges, arts organizations, health care facilities, social service agencies and the service industry. In other words, the MGEU represents members who are as diverse as the services that Manitobans enjoy every day. mgeu.ca

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Manitoba Nurses’ Union

The Manitoba Nurses’ Union is the only health care union in the province that represents all categories of licensed nurses. MNU members represent 97% of all unionized nurses in the province, including registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, registered psychiatric nurses, and operating room technicians. Collectively, they represent over 11,000 nurses who work in a variety of health care settings: acute care, community health, home care and long-term care. manitobanurses.ca

Manitoba Nurses’ Union
275 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB R3C, Canada

The Manitoba Nurses’ Union is the only health care union in the province that represents all categories of licensed nurses. MNU members represent 97% of all unionized nurses in the province, including registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, registered psychiatric nurses, and operating room technicians. Collectively, they represent over 11,000 nurses who work in a variety of health care settings: acute care, community health, home care and long-term care. manitobanurses.ca

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The Manitoba Teachers' Society

The Manitoba Teachers’ Society is the collective bargaining and professional development organization for all of Manitoba’s 15,000 public school teachers. Founded in 1919, the Society provides assistance to local associations in collective bargaining, offers professional development workshops and lobbies government on legislation that affects education, students and teachers. mbteach.org

The Manitoba Teachers' Society
191 Harcourt St, Winnipeg, MB R3J 3H2, Canada

The Manitoba Teachers’ Society is the collective bargaining and professional development organization for all of Manitoba’s 15,000 public school teachers. Founded in 1919, the Society provides assistance to local associations in collective bargaining, offers professional development workshops and lobbies government on legislation that affects education, students and teachers. mbteach.org

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Service Employees International Union West

SEIU West was created through the merger of three SEIU locals: Local 299, Local 333, and Local 336. Local 299’s membership consisted of school board employees in both the Public and Catholic school systems, as well as employees from the health-care sector and in a variety of industries. Local 333’s members worked as health providers in the health-care sector, community-based organizations, private care homes and group homes. Local 336’s founding members were employed primarily in the health care sector. 336 broadened its representation to include education workers, caretakers, office and clerical workers, crisis service workers, and municipal workers. seiuwest.ca

Service Employees International Union West
747 46 St W, Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A1, Canada

SEIU West was created through the merger of three SEIU locals: Local 299, Local 333, and Local 336. Local 299’s membership consisted of school board employees in both the Public and Catholic school systems, as well as employees from the health-care sector and in a variety of industries. Local 333’s members worked as health providers in the health-care sector, community-based organizations, private care homes and group homes. Local 336’s founding members were employed primarily in the health care sector. 336 broadened its representation to include education workers, caretakers, office and clerical workers, crisis service workers, and municipal workers. seiuwest.ca

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Saskatchewan Government and General Employees' Union

The 17,000 Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union’s members live and work in almost every region of the province. They are employed in many different kinds of workplaces: Crown corporations, education institutions, retail and regulatory industries, health, public service / government employment, and community service agencies. SGEU members know there is strength in numbers. With offices in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert, SGEU provides education, advocacy, grievance handling, contract negotiations and many other member services. sgeu.org

Saskatchewan Government and General Employees' Union
1011 Devonshire Dr, Regina, SK S4X 2X4, Canada

The 17,000 Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union’s members live and work in almost every region of the province. They are employed in many different kinds of workplaces: Crown corporations, education institutions, retail and regulatory industries, health, public service / government employment, and community service agencies. SGEU members know there is strength in numbers. With offices in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert, SGEU provides education, advocacy, grievance handling, contract negotiations and many other member services. sgeu.org

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Saskatchewan Union of Nurses

The Saskatchewan Union of Nurses proudly represents almost 10,000 Registered Nurses, Registered Nurse (Nurse Practitioner)s, and Registered Psychiatric Nurses and graduates employed in rural and urban: acute care hospitals; long-term care facilities; home care services; community health; integrated facilities; public and mental health services; school boards; Canadian Blood Services offices; as well as nurses working in advanced practice roles. sun-nurses.sk.ca

Saskatchewan Union of Nurses
2330 2nd Ave, Regina, SK S4R 2P6, Canada

The Saskatchewan Union of Nurses proudly represents almost 10,000 Registered Nurses, Registered Nurse (Nurse Practitioner)s, and Registered Psychiatric Nurses and graduates employed in rural and urban: acute care hospitals; long-term care facilities; home care services; community health; integrated facilities; public and mental health services; school boards; Canadian Blood Services offices; as well as nurses working in advanced practice roles. sun-nurses.sk.ca

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Teamsters Canada Rail Conference CTY CN West

The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference CTY CN West represents approximately 2,000 conductors, trainpersons and yardpersons in western Canada. As the collective bargaining partner for Canadian National Railway Company, they endeavour to secure improved wages, hours, working conditions and other economic advantages to their members. Their members make up some of the over 16,000 working in the rail industry and represented by the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference.

Teamsters Canada Rail Conference CTY CN West
3530 Millar Ave, Saskatoon, SK, Canada

The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference CTY CN West represents approximately 2,000 conductors, trainpersons and yardpersons in western Canada. As the collective bargaining partner for Canadian National Railway Company, they endeavour to secure improved wages, hours, working conditions and other economic advantages to their members. Their members make up some of the over 16,000 working in the rail industry and represented by the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference.

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United Food & Commercial Workers Locals 175 & 633

The United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW) is one of the largest and most respected Unions in North America with over 1.5 million members. Over 230,000 workers belong to UFCW Canada. Of that number, 66,000 belong to Locals 175 & 633 – the largest UFCW local and the largest of any Union local in Canada. Local 175 represents workers in retail, hospitality, healthcare, manufacturing and industrial packaging, among other sectors, while Local 633 represents meat cutters. This combination makes for a very diverse union. ufcw175.com

United Food & Commercial Workers Locals 175 & 633
2200 Argentia Rd, Mississauga, ON L5N 2K7, Canada

The United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW) is one of the largest and most respected Unions in North America with over 1.5 million members. Over 230,000 workers belong to UFCW Canada. Of that number, 66,000 belong to Locals 175 & 633 – the largest UFCW local and the largest of any Union local in Canada. Local 175 represents workers in retail, hospitality, healthcare, manufacturing and industrial packaging, among other sectors, while Local 633 represents meat cutters. This combination makes for a very diverse union. ufcw175.com

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United Food & Commercial Workers Local 832

UFCW Local 832 was founded in 1938, and by 2002 the membership had grown to over 15,000. Local 832 members work in retail, food processing, healthcare, security, industrial, the garment industry, transportation, and many others. UFCW Local 832 is proud of its history, but its focus is on the future and ensuring that it remains in the forefront of progress and change on the Manitoba labour scene. Local 832 answers today’s challenges with bold and innovative solutions that win new benefits for members while protecting the gains made during the past 67 years. ufcw832.com

United Food & Commercial Workers Local 832
1412 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3G 0V5, Canada

UFCW Local 832 was founded in 1938, and by 2002 the membership had grown to over 15,000. Local 832 members work in retail, food processing, healthcare, security, industrial, the garment industry, transportation, and many others. UFCW Local 832 is proud of its history, but its focus is on the future and ensuring that it remains in the forefront of progress and change on the Manitoba labour scene. Local 832 answers today’s challenges with bold and innovative solutions that win new benefits for members while protecting the gains made during the past 67 years. ufcw832.com

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Unifor Local 707A

Unifor was officially formed on August 31, 2013, at a Founding Convention in Toronto, Ontario. It marked the coming together of the Canadian Auto Workers union (CAW) and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP) – two of Canada’s largest and most influential labour unions. From its inception, Unifor has become a source of optimism and inspiration that a fairer, more secure future can be won for working people, that unions can adapt to changing times and remain a relevant voice for workplace and social justice. cep707.ca

Unifor Local 707A
10019 MacDonald Ave, Fort McMurray, AB T9H 1S9, Canada

Unifor was officially formed on August 31, 2013, at a Founding Convention in Toronto, Ontario. It marked the coming together of the Canadian Auto Workers union (CAW) and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP) – two of Canada’s largest and most influential labour unions. From its inception, Unifor has become a source of optimism and inspiration that a fairer, more secure future can be won for working people, that unions can adapt to changing times and remain a relevant voice for workplace and social justice. cep707.ca

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Winnipeg Association of Public Service Officers

The Winnipeg Association of Public Service Officers, WAPSO, represents middle management and professional members from three different employers: City of Winnipeg, Riverview Health Center, and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. wapso.ca

Winnipeg Association of Public Service Officers
83 Garry St, Winnipeg, MB R3C 0R3, Canada

The Winnipeg Association of Public Service Officers, WAPSO, represents middle management and professional members from three different employers: City of Winnipeg, Riverview Health Center, and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. wapso.ca

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Association of Employees Supporting Education Services

AESESAESES strives to foster and maintain an environment of respect, cooperation and fairness while representing the interests of the members of the Association. Their objectives are to promote and foster relations between employees and employer; the social, economic and general welfare of our members; and goodwill and effective communication between employees and employers. They work to secure appropriate wages, working conditions, hours of work, job security, and various benefits for all members. We are committed to educating members on matters relating to collective bargaining and contributing to the quality of university life. aeses.ca

Association of Employees Supporting Education Services
900 Harrow St E, Winnipeg, MB R3M 2G5, Canada

AESESAESES strives to foster and maintain an environment of respect, cooperation and fairness while representing the interests of the members of the Association. Their objectives are to promote and foster relations between employees and employer; the social, economic and general welfare of our members; and goodwill and effective communication between employees and employers. They work to secure appropriate wages, working conditions, hours of work, job security, and various benefits for all members. We are committed to educating members on matters relating to collective bargaining and contributing to the quality of university life. aeses.ca

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Alberta Union of Provincial Employees

The Alberta Union of Provincial Employees is Alberta’s largest union, representing almost 80,000 Albertans who work in government, healthcare, education, boards and agencies, municipalities, and private companies. The majority of AUPE’s members work in the public sector. aupe.org

Alberta Union of Provincial Employees
10451 170 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5P 4S7, Canada

The Alberta Union of Provincial Employees is Alberta’s largest union, representing almost 80,000 Albertans who work in government, healthcare, education, boards and agencies, municipalities, and private companies. The majority of AUPE’s members work in the public sector. aupe.org

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Health Sciences Association of Alberta

The HSAA was organized in 1971-72 by eleven paramedical technical associations/societies when it became evident that some form of unionization was imminent. In 1972, a group of paramedical technical employees at the Misericordia Hospital in Edmonton became the first bargaining unit represented by HSAA. In 2003, HSAA members voted strongly in favour of joining the House of Labour. Today, they represent 24,000 paramedical technical, paramedical professional, and general support employees in more than 240 disciplines. HSAA is one of the fastest growing unions in Alberta. hsaa.ca

Health Sciences Association of Alberta
18410 100 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1K3, Canada

The HSAA was organized in 1971-72 by eleven paramedical technical associations/societies when it became evident that some form of unionization was imminent. In 1972, a group of paramedical technical employees at the Misericordia Hospital in Edmonton became the first bargaining unit represented by HSAA. In 2003, HSAA members voted strongly in favour of joining the House of Labour. Today, they represent 24,000 paramedical technical, paramedical professional, and general support employees in more than 240 disciplines. HSAA is one of the fastest growing unions in Alberta. hsaa.ca

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Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan

The Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan (HSAS) is a union representing more than 3,000 Health Care Professionals, who work within all twelve of Saskatchewan’s Health Regions, several privately owned ambulance services in Saskatchewan, and at Canadian Blood Services in Regina. Founded in 1972, their mission is to improve the economic and general welfare of their members and to improve the health care environment for the public. hsas.ca

Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan
1736 Quebec Ave, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1V9, Canada

The Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan (HSAS) is a union representing more than 3,000 Health Care Professionals, who work within all twelve of Saskatchewan’s Health Regions, several privately owned ambulance services in Saskatchewan, and at Canadian Blood Services in Regina. Founded in 1972, their mission is to improve the economic and general welfare of their members and to improve the health care environment for the public. hsas.ca

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Keystone Agricultural Producers

KAP is Manitoba’s largest general farm policy organization, and its job is to represent and promote the interests of the province’s farm families. Everything that they do is directed by their members, and that is their greatest strength. kap.ca

Keystone Agricultural Producers
1700 Ellice Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3H 0B1, Canada

KAP is Manitoba’s largest general farm policy organization, and its job is to represent and promote the interests of the province’s farm families. Everything that they do is directed by their members, and that is their greatest strength. kap.ca

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Manitoba Association of Health Care Professionals

MAHCP is a union of health care professionals dedicated to protecting, advocating for, and advancing the rights of its members through labour relations activities. They represent health care employees across Manitoba. mahcp.ca

Manitoba Association of Health Care Professionals
1500 Notre Dame Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3E 0P9, Canada

MAHCP is a union of health care professionals dedicated to protecting, advocating for, and advancing the rights of its members through labour relations activities. They represent health care employees across Manitoba. mahcp.ca

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Manitoba Government and General Employees' Union

With over 32,000 members, the Manitoba Government and General Employees’ Union is Manitoba’s largest union, representing a broad spectrum of workers in every corner of the province – including those working in the civil service, Crown corporations, universities and colleges, arts organizations, health care facilities, social service agencies and the service industry. In other words, the MGEU represents members who are as diverse as the services that Manitobans enjoy every day. mgeu.ca

Manitoba Government and General Employees' Union
275 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB R3C, Canada

With over 32,000 members, the Manitoba Government and General Employees’ Union is Manitoba’s largest union, representing a broad spectrum of workers in every corner of the province – including those working in the civil service, Crown corporations, universities and colleges, arts organizations, health care facilities, social service agencies and the service industry. In other words, the MGEU represents members who are as diverse as the services that Manitobans enjoy every day. mgeu.ca

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Manitoba Nurses’ Union

The Manitoba Nurses’ Union is the only health care union in the province that represents all categories of licensed nurses. MNU members represent 97% of all unionized nurses in the province, including registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, registered psychiatric nurses, and operating room technicians. Collectively, they represent over 11,000 nurses who work in a variety of health care settings: acute care, community health, home care and long-term care. manitobanurses.ca

Manitoba Nurses’ Union
275 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB R3C, Canada

The Manitoba Nurses’ Union is the only health care union in the province that represents all categories of licensed nurses. MNU members represent 97% of all unionized nurses in the province, including registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, registered psychiatric nurses, and operating room technicians. Collectively, they represent over 11,000 nurses who work in a variety of health care settings: acute care, community health, home care and long-term care. manitobanurses.ca

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The Manitoba Teachers' Society

The Manitoba Teachers’ Society is the collective bargaining and professional development organization for all of Manitoba’s 15,000 public school teachers. Founded in 1919, the Society provides assistance to local associations in collective bargaining, offers professional development workshops and lobbies government on legislation that affects education, students and teachers. mbteach.org

The Manitoba Teachers' Society
191 Harcourt St, Winnipeg, MB R3J 3H2, Canada

The Manitoba Teachers’ Society is the collective bargaining and professional development organization for all of Manitoba’s 15,000 public school teachers. Founded in 1919, the Society provides assistance to local associations in collective bargaining, offers professional development workshops and lobbies government on legislation that affects education, students and teachers. mbteach.org

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Service Employees International Union West

SEIU West was created through the merger of three SEIU locals: Local 299, Local 333, and Local 336. Local 299’s membership consisted of school board employees in both the Public and Catholic school systems, as well as employees from the health-care sector and in a variety of industries. Local 333’s members worked as health providers in the health-care sector, community-based organizations, private care homes and group homes. Local 336’s founding members were employed primarily in the health care sector. 336 broadened its representation to include education workers, caretakers, office and clerical workers, crisis service workers, and municipal workers. seiuwest.ca

Service Employees International Union West
747 46 St W, Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A1, Canada

SEIU West was created through the merger of three SEIU locals: Local 299, Local 333, and Local 336. Local 299’s membership consisted of school board employees in both the Public and Catholic school systems, as well as employees from the health-care sector and in a variety of industries. Local 333’s members worked as health providers in the health-care sector, community-based organizations, private care homes and group homes. Local 336’s founding members were employed primarily in the health care sector. 336 broadened its representation to include education workers, caretakers, office and clerical workers, crisis service workers, and municipal workers. seiuwest.ca

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Saskatchewan Government and General Employees' Union

The 17,000 Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union’s members live and work in almost every region of the province. They are employed in many different kinds of workplaces: Crown corporations, education institutions, retail and regulatory industries, health, public service / government employment, and community service agencies. SGEU members know there is strength in numbers. With offices in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert, SGEU provides education, advocacy, grievance handling, contract negotiations and many other member services. sgeu.org

Saskatchewan Government and General Employees' Union
1011 Devonshire Dr, Regina, SK S4X 2X4, Canada

The 17,000 Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union’s members live and work in almost every region of the province. They are employed in many different kinds of workplaces: Crown corporations, education institutions, retail and regulatory industries, health, public service / government employment, and community service agencies. SGEU members know there is strength in numbers. With offices in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert, SGEU provides education, advocacy, grievance handling, contract negotiations and many other member services. sgeu.org

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Saskatchewan Union of Nurses

The Saskatchewan Union of Nurses proudly represents almost 10,000 Registered Nurses, Registered Nurse (Nurse Practitioner)s, and Registered Psychiatric Nurses and graduates employed in rural and urban: acute care hospitals; long-term care facilities; home care services; community health; integrated facilities; public and mental health services; school boards; Canadian Blood Services offices; as well as nurses working in advanced practice roles. sun-nurses.sk.ca

Saskatchewan Union of Nurses
2330 2nd Ave, Regina, SK S4R 2P6, Canada

The Saskatchewan Union of Nurses proudly represents almost 10,000 Registered Nurses, Registered Nurse (Nurse Practitioner)s, and Registered Psychiatric Nurses and graduates employed in rural and urban: acute care hospitals; long-term care facilities; home care services; community health; integrated facilities; public and mental health services; school boards; Canadian Blood Services offices; as well as nurses working in advanced practice roles. sun-nurses.sk.ca

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Teamsters Canada Rail Conference CTY CN West

The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference CTY CN West represents approximately 2,000 conductors, trainpersons and yardpersons in western Canada. As the collective bargaining partner for Canadian National Railway Company, they endeavour to secure improved wages, hours, working conditions and other economic advantages to their members. Their members make up some of the over 16,000 working in the rail industry and represented by the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference.

Teamsters Canada Rail Conference CTY CN West
3530 Millar Ave, Saskatoon, SK, Canada

The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference CTY CN West represents approximately 2,000 conductors, trainpersons and yardpersons in western Canada. As the collective bargaining partner for Canadian National Railway Company, they endeavour to secure improved wages, hours, working conditions and other economic advantages to their members. Their members make up some of the over 16,000 working in the rail industry and represented by the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference.

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United Food & Commercial Workers Local 832

UFCW Local 832 was founded in 1938, and by 2002 the membership had grown to over 15,000. Local 832 members work in retail, food processing, healthcare, security, industrial, the garment industry, transportation, and many others. UFCW Local 832 is proud of its history, but its focus is on the future and ensuring that it remains in the forefront of progress and change on the Manitoba labour scene. Local 832 answers today’s challenges with bold and innovative solutions that win new benefits for members while protecting the gains made during the past 67 years. ufcw832.com

United Food & Commercial Workers Local 832
1412 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3G 0V5, Canada

UFCW Local 832 was founded in 1938, and by 2002 the membership had grown to over 15,000. Local 832 members work in retail, food processing, healthcare, security, industrial, the garment industry, transportation, and many others. UFCW Local 832 is proud of its history, but its focus is on the future and ensuring that it remains in the forefront of progress and change on the Manitoba labour scene. Local 832 answers today’s challenges with bold and innovative solutions that win new benefits for members while protecting the gains made during the past 67 years. ufcw832.com

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Unifor Local 707A

Unifor was officially formed on August 31, 2013, at a Founding Convention in Toronto, Ontario. It marked the coming together of the Canadian Auto Workers union (CAW) and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP) – two of Canada’s largest and most influential labour unions. From its inception, Unifor has become a source of optimism and inspiration that a fairer, more secure future can be won for working people, that unions can adapt to changing times and remain a relevant voice for workplace and social justice. cep707.ca

Unifor Local 707A
10019 MacDonald Ave, Fort McMurray, AB T9H 1S9, Canada

Unifor was officially formed on August 31, 2013, at a Founding Convention in Toronto, Ontario. It marked the coming together of the Canadian Auto Workers union (CAW) and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP) – two of Canada’s largest and most influential labour unions. From its inception, Unifor has become a source of optimism and inspiration that a fairer, more secure future can be won for working people, that unions can adapt to changing times and remain a relevant voice for workplace and social justice. cep707.ca

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Winnipeg Association of Public Service Officers

The Winnipeg Association of Public Service Officers, WAPSO, represents middle management and professional members from three different employers: City of Winnipeg, Riverview Health Center, and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. wapso.ca

Winnipeg Association of Public Service Officers
83 Garry St, Winnipeg, MB R3C 0R3, Canada

The Winnipeg Association of Public Service Officers, WAPSO, represents middle management and professional members from three different employers: City of Winnipeg, Riverview Health Center, and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. wapso.ca

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