The New Brunswick Union is encouraging all of its members to take part in Bell Let's Talk Day on Jan. 25, 2017.On Bell Let’s Talk Day, the company will donate five cents per every text, call, tweet, Instagram post, Facebook…
"Please understand that our government does not believe that the decision to consolidate services for the Maritime provinces in Dartmouth is safe or efficient." - Letter from former NB Premier Shawn Graham to Canadian Blood Services CEO Graham Sher, Telegraph-Journal,…
MacLean's magazine recently published an article regarding for-profit blood plasma clinic and the impact on the health care system.To read the full article, go online to: http://www.macleans.ca/society/what-a-blood-plasma-for-profit-clinic-means-for-public-heath-care/
WorkSafeNB recognized Moosehead Breweries Limited today with its Safety Star Award for demonstrating safety leadership and outstanding achievements in occupational health and safety.Moosehead, a New Brunswick-owned and operated brewery, was honoured during WorkSafeNB’s 2016 Health and Safety Conference in Moncton.“We’re…
Each year people make resolutions as the calendar turns over to a new year. For 2017, the New Brunswick Union is hopeful the provincial government will change its direction when it comes to paid blood plasma donations. The clinic is…
On Dec. 19, members of the New Brunswick Union donated blood plasma at the Saint John Canadian Blood Services (CBS) Donation Centre on University Avenue. The donations demonstrated the NBUs continued support of the voluntary collection method used by CBS…
Members of the New Brunswick Union continue to voice their concerns over a pay-for-donation blood plasma clinic set to open its doors in Moncton. The clinic - operated by Canadian Plasma Resources - will pay donors $25 for their blood…
MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release (English with a French quote*) November 15, 2016, Ottawa - Blood safety and public health care advocates met on Parliament Hill today to deliver a petition signed by 15,000 Canadians calling to ban private donor-remunerated…
MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release (English with a French quote*) November 15, 2016, Ottawa - Blood safety and public health care advocates met on Parliament Hill today to deliver a petition signed by 15,000 Canadians calling to ban private donor-remunerated…
"Why is it okay to have paid donors from the U.S. and not from Canada?"This was the question New Brunswick Health Minister Victor Boudreau posed when he was presented with a petition containing more than 15,000 signatures against allowing a…