News Blogs for 2017

Fair workplaces, better jobs? Yes! If you think B.C.’s labour and employment laws are hopelessly out of date, you are not alone. For years, unions and workers’ groups have been adv...Read More
HEU members did it. Eighteen months of activism and tough bargaining in the contracted support service workers sector finally came to a successful conclusion when members ratified...Read More
Looking back over the whirlwind 12 months that shaped 2017, it may well be remembered as a landmark year for the union – a year that engaged more members, fueled more activism, and...Read More
At a time when intolerance, racism, and human rights violations continue to make headlines here and throughout North America, HEU is applauding the NDP government’s decision to rei...Read More
In recent weeks, social media feeds have been alarmingly inundated with the hashtag “me too” – as millions of women publicly disclose their personal experiences with sexual harassm...Read More
What is happening to tens of thousands of children and youth in B.C. is heartbreaking. According to the 2017 report on child poverty by First Call: BC Child and Youth Advocacy Coal...Read More
All HEU members have the right to shop steward representation, no matter what collective agreement you are covered by. That’s why it’s important to know who your local shop steward...Read More
Namwayut – We are all one. Please join the HEU Team as we participate in Vancouver’s Walk for Reconciliation 2017 . The Walk is an opportunity to build relationships with Indigenou...Read More
Better access to home support hours would alleviate increasing levels of stress among family caregivers, according to a new report from the BC Seniors Advocate, Isobel Mackenzie. T...Read More
We waited a long time for summer. But before long, our vacations will end, schools will re-open, and autumn will arrive. For some, Labour Day marks a return to routine. For others,...Read More