International Women’s Day Recognition

Dear Brothers and Sisters, International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. This year’s theme is “Inspire Inclusion”.  The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality. Together we can ensure the voices of diversity are amplified and valued. The unique experiences of …
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MGEU that work for  Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI).

Premier Heather Stefanson has caused another Strike. The newest victims are  the Members represented by MGEU that work for  Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI). Just like the previous group of public employees (MLCC) this group is trapped by Heather Stefanson’s mandate of limiting wage increases by 2%. Even though this group has not had a wage …
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Winnipeg Finance Non-Monetary Contract Opener

Your Winnipeg Finance Negotiations Committee will be heading to Montreal the week of June 5th to face off with the company fulfilling the required 2022 contract opener. These negotiations are for non-monetary changes and updates to the wording of the Winnipeg Finance Collective Bargaining Agreement set to fully expire in 2026.

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Looking for members to join us in the following committees: Political Action Committee Women/ Human Rights Committee Communicator: As a communicator, you will be responsible for using the latest forms of information technology to communicate with our LL about their work and family lives. Educator: As an Educator, you will be responsible for assisting in …
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Manitoba’s Minimum Wage Still Not a Living Wage

Statement by MFL President Kevin Rebeck in response to the Stefanson government’s announcement that Manitoba’s minimum wage will increase to $15.30 on October 1: Rising prices at the grocery store and in the cost of housing are making it harder for working families to make ends meet, and these high costs are hitting low-income workers …
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