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ALS - Ice Bucket Challenge

So, I was challenged by Marilyn Quinn, President of the New Brunswick Nurses Union, to do the #ALSiceBucketChallenge. I accept your challenge. What an awesome way to bring awareness and fundraising to such a worthy cause! I now nominate my NBU Executive TEAM, Al Mullin - 1st Vice-President and Eliette LeBreton - 2nd Vice-President, as well as Krista Carr, Executive Director for the New Brunswick Association for Community Living. YOU now have 24 hours to complete the challenge!

I also donated online and I encourage others to do the same by visiting


Last Updated (Tuesday, 26 August 2014 10:01)


Sheriff Sevices - Win-Win settlement

I am quite pleased to announce that NBU has been able to settle the grievance concerning our casual and temporary employees within Sheriff Services who were deemed ineligible by the employer regarding a recent competition for Sheriff Officer positions at the ASL 4 level.

The settlement ensures that the employer will be making every reasonable effort to screen and interview all casual and temporary employees who were employed at the time of the posting of the competition. These individuals will then be considered for the position along with the other candidates under consideration who achieved the same interview level.

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Pay Equity Job Evaluation Study

The New Brunswick Union and the Government of New Brunswick are currently working on a joint Pay Equity Job Evaluation Study for the following components : Specialized Health Care Professionals, Medical Science Professionals and Professional Service for Students in the Public School System. 

Your input is invaluable, we encourage you to fill out a questionnaire on this matter. Please see the following Newsletter for more information on how to participate in the study.

Pay Equity Job Evaluation Study Newsletter 

Please click on the link below to see the classifications eligible to take the survey:


Last Updated (Wednesday, 03 September 2014 10:57)


Job Opportunity with the New Brunswick Union

New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees

Position Available - Labour Relations Officer 

The New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees, representing over 8,500 unionized public and private employees in New Brunswick, is seeking applications to fill a full-time permanent Labour Relations Officer position.  This position is based in Fredericton.  The position requires a person who is dynamic and independent, has strong problem solving skills, and functions well in a team environment.

Duties:  A full range of labour relations services will be assigned, including contract negotiations, membership representation, research, local organizing, and contract administration. The position will work in a team with other Labour Relation Officers employed with the Union to provide services to members throughout the province.  Travel is required.

Qualifications:  The successful applicant will have experience in the labour relations field including the ability to negotiate and develop contract language in both official languages. Spoken and written proficiency in both languages at the highest level is therefore required. A proficiency test may be conducted.

Applicants are asked to forward a complete curriculum vitae, in confidence, with other relevant qualifications and the names of three (3) references to:

Trina Scott, CGA

Director, Finance and Human Resources

New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees

217 Brunswick Street

Fredericton, NB  E3B 1G8

Or by email to:

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The deadline for applications is August 29, 2014  

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for interview will be contacted. 

Last Updated (Monday, 18 August 2014 11:39)


National Acadian Day

News Release

New Brunswick Human Rights Commission

13 August 2014

FREDERICTON (GNB) – The following statement was issued by Randy Dickinson, chair of the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission, on the occasion of National Acadian Day:

On Aug. 15, we celebrate National Acadian Day and join in celebration of the traditions, culture and unique history of the Acadian people.

On this day, we acknowledge the great difficulties the Acadian people have endured, particularly during the Great Upheaval, also known as Le Grand Dérangement, when many Acadians were forced to leave their homes and communities between 1755 and 1763. Despite these obstacles, the Acadian people have been able to preserve their culture and language.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 13 August 2014 11:24)

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