TELEGRAPH JOURNAL  HEALTH CHRIS MORRIS Legislature Bureau  January 22, 2014 FREDERICTON – The Horizon Health Network says its decision to eliminate 12 positions in X-ray departments in Fredericton, Saint John and Moncton will not impact patient care or wait times. Daniel…
NEWS RELEASE  10 January 2014 FREDERICTON (GNB) – The provincial government has appointed three members, including one retiree, to the board of trustees for the Public Service Shared Risk Plan. In addition, the New Brunswick Nurses Union, the New Brunswick…
  Susie Proulx-Daigle (left), President of the New Brunswick Union, presented a cheque for $8,684 ($1 per member) to Wendy Robbins (left), Co-President of the 2013-2014 fundraising campaign of the NB Coalition for Pay Equity, 'Pay Equity: It’s only fair.…
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The Government of New Brunswick has issued the following news release: FREDERICTON (GNB) – Retirees who had been receiving pensions under the Public Service Superannuation Act will receive a cost-of-living increase in 2014 equal to 100 per cent of the…
Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Happy Holidays 2013

Clothes to give away? Donate them and help others along the way As a proud sponsor of New Brunswick Association for Community Living, the New Brunwick Union encourages youto continue to support children and adults with an intellectual disability, as…
NB Union helps save lives by joining forces with Canadian Blood Services There are various blood clinics taking place in the Fredericton region this Holiday Season. We strongly encourage you to participate, give blood and help save a life. At…
THE DAILY GLEANER  LAVERNE STEWART     STEPHEN MACGILLIVRAY/THE DAILY GLEANER Beards shaved off: New Brunswick Community College students Anissa Picard, left, and Ashley Thibodeau, right, shaved half of the beards off Keith Ross, second from left, and Tim Smith,…
Daily Gleaner DON MACPHERSON 20 Nov 2013 Sheriff’s officers in New Brunswick want to be reclassified as something more than receptionist-level civil servants, but the province hasn’t dealt with their request or concerns in more than a year. The Daily…