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Pay equity adjustments to be implemented

The provincial government has approved the implementation of pay equity adjustments for employees in three groups represented by the New Brunswick Union. From left: Peggy Firlotte, representing medical science professionals; Lisa Watters, representing specialized health care professionals; Moncton East MLA Monique LeBlanc; Finance Minister Cathy Rogers; Susie Proulx-Daigle, union president; and Anick Turner, representing professional support workers in schools.

Collective agreement signed with New Brunswick Teachers’ Federation

The provincial government signed a collective agreement today with the New Brunswick Teachers’ Federation. The agreement covers nearly 8,000 teachers, supply teachers, vice-principals and principals. Front, from left: Guy Arseneault, president of the New Brunswick Teachers’ Association; Treasury Board President Roger Melanson; Education and Early Childhood Minister Brian Kenny; and Marc Arseneau, president of the Association des enseignantes et des ...

Collective agreement signed with Crown prosecutors

The provincial government signed a collective agreement today with the Crown prosecutors group represented by the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada. From left: Treasury Board President Roger Melanson; Christopher Titus, Crown prosecutor; and Attorney General Serge Rousselle.

Collective agreement signed with CUPE 1253

The provincial government has signed a collective agreement with Local 1253 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees. This group includes about 1,700 school bus drivers, custodians, maintenance and repair staff, forepersons and other tradespeople working in the province’s seven school districts. Front, from left: Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Brian Kenny; union president Brian Watson; and Treasury Board ...

Collective agreement signed with CUPE 2745

The provincial government has signed a collective agreement with Local 2745 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees. The group represents more than 3,200 employees, including educational assistants, school intervention workers, library assistants and administrative assistants in schools and district offices. Front, from left: Treasury Board President Roger Melanson; provincial local president Theresa McAllister; and Education and Early Childhood Development ...

Collective agreement signed with CUPE 2745

The provincial government has signed a collective agreement with Local 2745 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees. The group represents more than 3,200 employees, including educational assistants, school intervention workers, library assistants and administrative assistants in schools and district offices. Front, from left: Treasury Board President Roger Melanson; provincial local president Theresa McAllister; and Education and Early Childhood Development ...

Collective agreement signed with CUPE Local 1190

The provincial government today signed a collective agreement with Local 1190 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE). Front, from left: Treasury Board President Roger Melanson; and Andy Hardy, president of CUPE Local 1190. Back, from left: Anne Craik, chief negotiator, Treasury Board; and David Perkins, CUPE representative, chief negotiator.

Pay equity awarded to court stenographers

The provincial government today announced it is implementing pay equity adjustments with the court stenographers union, Local 1840 of the Canadian Union of Public Employee (CUPE), which represents about 80 court stenographers in New Brunswick. From left: Treasury Board President Roger Melanson; union president Odette Robichaud; union representative Adrienne Paradis; Brenda Renouf, member of the negotiating committee; Patricia Brewer, first ...

Provincial government moves forward with pay equity

The provincial government has approved the implementation of pay equity adjustments for one of its largest groups of employees, Local 2745 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), which includes more than 3,000 workers in the education sector, of which the vast majority is women. These workers include educational assistants, administrative assistants, school library workers and intervention workers. The ...

Collective agreement signed with Crown counsel

The provincial government today signed a collective agreement with the Crown counsel group represented by the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada. The group consists of 49 lawyers working legal and legislative services at the Office of the Attorney General. From left: Attorney General Serge Rousselle; Crown counsel group president Philippe Thériault; and Treasury Board President Roger Melanson.

Collective agreement signed with Public Service Alliance of Canada

The provincial government today signed a collective agreement with school business officials represented by the Public Service Alliance of Canada. The group represents 252 employees working in transportation, financial services, facilities and information technology at school district administrative offices. Front, from left: Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Brian Kenny; Brian Oldford, regional director, Public Service Alliance of Canada; and ...

Collective agreement signed with New Brunswick Union

The provincial government and the New Brunswick Union have signed a new collective agreement for 260 laboratory technologists, public health inspectors, appraisers and assessors. The employees work mainly at the departments of Agriculture, Aquaculture and Fisheries, Environment and Local Government, Health, Public Safety, and Service New Brunswick. From left: government negociator Megan Kervin; Ed Doherty, minister responsible for Service New ...

Collective agreement signed with New Brunswick Nurses Union

The provincial government and the New Brunswick Nurses Union have signed a new collective agreement for 240 nurse managers and nurse supervisors. Front, from left: Health Minister Victor Boudreau; union president Marilyn Quinn; and Human Resources Minister Denis Landry. Back, from left: government negotiator Megan Kervin and Matt Hiltz, executive director of the union.

Collective agreement signed with New Brunswick Union

The provincial government and the New Brunswick Union have signed a new collective agreement for the 17 industrial training and certification officers at the Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour. Front, from left: union president Susie Proulx-Daigle and Human Resources Minister Denis Landry. Back, from left: union negotiator Leigh Sprague; government negotiator Dawn Myers; and Michèle Savoie, a representative ...

Collective agreement signed with CUPE Local 1418

The provincial government and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Local 1418, have signed a new collective agreement for about 1,200 employees. They include social workers; probation and parole officers; human resource development officers; recreation and culture program officers; and human rights officers. Front, from left: Social Development Minister Cathy Rogers; union president Stephen Drost; and Human Resources Minister ...

Collective agreement signed with New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees regarding engineering technicians

The provincial government and the New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees have signed a new collective agreement for a group of about 425 employees. The group includes mostly engineering technicians. Front, from left: Susie Proulx-Daigle, president of the union, and Human Resources Minister Denis Landry. Back, from left: Michelle Losier, union negotiator, and Anne Craik, government negotiator.

Collective agreement signed with New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees regarding highway supervisors

The provincial government and the New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees have signed a new collective agreement for a group of about 70 employees. The group includes highway supervisors with the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure. Front, from left: Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Roger Melanson; union president Susie Proulx-Daigle and Human Resources Minister Denis Landry. Back, from left: ...

Collective agreement signed with Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada

The provincial government and the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada have signed a new collective agreement. The group of 269 employees includes, among others, engineers with the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure and veterinarians and agriculturists with the Department of Agriculture, Aquaculture and Fisheries. Front row, from left: Human Resources Minister Denis Landry; union president Brian MacDonald ...

Collective agreement signed with professional support services group

The provincial government and the professional support services group represented by the New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees have signed a new collective agreement. The group, which consists of about 190 employees, includes speech therapists, psychologists, social workers and behaviour intervention mentors working in the school districts. Front row, from left: Education and Early Childhood Development Minister ...

Collective agreement signed with non-instructional education group

The provincial government has signed a collective agreement with a group of New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees who work in a non-instructional role in the province’s education system. The group, which consists of 30 full-time equivalent employees, represents development officers, literacy co-ordinators, career counsellors, department heads and deans mainly at the New Brunswick College of Craft and ...

Collective agreements signed with two groups

The provincial government has signed collective agreements with two groups, the Medical Science Professionals and the Specialized Health Care Professionals, both represented by the New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees. Seated, from left: Human Resources Minister Denis Landry; union president Suzie Proulx-Daigle; and Health Minister Victor Boudreau. Standing, from left, Dawn Myers, a negotiator with the Department of ...

Collective agreement signed with New Brunswick Nurses Union

The provincial government and the New Brunswick Nurses Union have signed a new collective agreement. The union represents more than 6,000 registered nurses working in hospitals, public and community health programs, and extra-mural programs. Seated from left: Health Minister Victor Boudreau; Human Resources Minister Denis Landry; union president Marilyn Quinn and union chief negotiator Dave Brown. Standing from left: Anne ...

Collective agreement signed with administrative services group

The provincial government and the Administrative Services group represented by the New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees have signed a new collective agreement. The group, which consists of about 2,400 employees, includes customer service representatives at Service New Brunswick, accounting and payroll officers at the New Brunswick Internal Services Agency, commercial and off-road vehicle enforcement officers at the ...

Collective agreement signed with nurse managers and nurse supervisors

The provincial government and the New Brunswick Nurses Union, representing nurse managers and nurse supervisors, have signed a new collective agreement. Human Resources Minister Denis Landry and union officials signed the agreement today. From left: Landry; David Brown, executive director of the New Brunswick Nurses Union; Marilyn Quinn, president of the New Brunswick Nurses Union, and Health Minister Victor ...

Provincial government, New Brunswick Teachers' Federation sign new collective agreement

The provincial government and the New Brunswick Teachers' Federation have signed a new collective agreement. It applies to more than 9,000 teachers, supply teachers, vice-principals and principals. From left: Suzanne Bourgeois, past president, l’Association des enseignantes et des enseignants francophones du Nouveau-Brunswick; Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Jody Carr; Human Resources Minister Troy Lifford; and Heather Smith, past president, ...