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The New Brunswick Common Front for Social Justice recently released its latest document – Justice for New Brunswick Workers. Included in it are seven recommendations that would improve the lives of all New Brunswickers.The New Brunswick Union (NBU) supports the…
A recent memo regarding continued travel restrictions for health care workers was issued by the provincial government.It means health care workers will not be allowed to travel in the same manner as other New Brunswickers after the province reached its…
The provincial government has a choice to make when it comes to how it will proceed as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.Will it continue with the status quo of successive governments which has pushed services in the public sector…
The New Brunswick Union (NBU) has begun a new campaign to have a one-on-one conversation with its more than 10,000 members.The project recently began as NBU board member Shelley Coulombe started calling members in various components.The purpose of the calls…
The National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) – of which the New Brunswick Union is a member - is pleased to announce a new, the Scholarship for Black Students. It will come with an award of $2,500 that…
Friday, June 4, 2021

Big Brave Norah

A recent video posted by the IWK Health Centre features Norah Matchett and her journey at the Halifax-based hospital.Norah is the daughter of NBU member Marie Matchett. The moving video talks about Norah’s life and her time spent at the…
The Wolastoqey Nation is calling on the New Brunswick government to conduct an investigation at the former site of the Sussex Indian School.The statement from the Wolastoqey Nation comes after the discovery of the remains of 215 Indigenous children at…
The New Brunswick Union (NBU) received good news on May 31 with the addition of paramedics as members.The change occurred after a ruling from the New Brunswick Labour Board which officially allowed paramedics to be reclassified as medical science professionals…
Friday, May 28, 2021

The NBU is hiring

Administrative Services Officer IINew Brunswick Union of Public & Private Employees The New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees, representing over 9,500 unionized provincial government and private sector employees in New Brunswick, is seeking applications to fill this full-time…
Wednesday, May 19, 2021

NBU supports Avery’s Law

The New Brunswick Union board of directors recently voted unanimously to support Avery’s Law, also known as an Act to Amend the Human Tissue Gift Act.Introduced by Liberal MLA Jean-Claude D’Amours, the proposed amendment deals with consent when it comes…