Negotiations resume September 12 for Community Health bargaining


Since pausing negotiations in June, six working groups made up of representatives from both the union and employer side have been working to develop recommendations around new certifications, occupational health and safety, decolonizing the collective agreement and more.

Learn about the working groups.

This work will now help streamline the bargaining process as we head back to the table on September 12.

As bargaining resumes, it’s more important than ever that our union has up-to-date contact information for all Community Health members.

Update your contact info.

Read all the Community Health bargaining bulletins.