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Here are a few activities, campaigns, important information and others for the last few weeks.

  • 1 March 2022

    Support for the Ukrainian people

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    The SEIU Canada, which SEU 800 is part of, is proud to have members from the Ukrainian diaspora in our union family. We stand with them as the independent medias are revealing to the entire world a totally unjustified attack from Russia against the sovereign nation of Ukraine. The Ukrainian people are resilient in the […]

    4 February 2022

    Black History Month

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    February is “Black History Month” in Canada Every February for 31 years, people across Canada have taken part in Black History Month activities and festivities that honor the heritage of Black Canadians and their communities. In 2022, the theme of Black History Month is the following: “Honor the past, inspire the future”. It emphasizes the […]

    31 August 2021

    Building Service employees – Montréal

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    Introducing the new hourly rates effective September 4, 2021. Class Description New hourly rate A Heavy maintenance work 19.47$/ hour B Light maintenance work 19.18$/ hour C Work at height 20.05$/ hour The contribution for the RRSP remains at $0.45 / paid hour. In addition, the hourly rate for employees aged 71 and over is […]

    5 May 2021

    Public Sector Negotiations

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    INFO-NEGOS April 16th, 2021 New government offers: insufficient, but the negotiations continue Last March 31st, exactly one year after the end of the collective agreements, the government deposited new offers to all public sector union organizations. The government specifically chose this day while we were holding three (3) consecutive days of mobilization. In fact, the day before […]

    3 May 2021

    PUBLIC SECTOR NEGOTIATIONS – THE FTQ COMMENTS ON THE MEETING WITH THE PREMIER AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE TREASURY BOARD

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    Another public relations exercise, we’re going in circles. – Daniel Boyer, President of the FTQ The Quebec Federation of Workers (FTQ) reacted with disappointment at the end of the meeting this afternoon with which the Premiere and the President of the Treasury Board convened the main union organizations who are implicated in the public sector […]

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