Do you know of a registered non-profit that needs funding assistance? United Way NWT is getting ready to make its community investment decisions for 2018. Registered non-profits have until December 8th to apply for a grant of up to $7,500 for their community projects. See the press release for more details news release for more information.
With the 2017 Nunavut General Election only days away, PSAC North has put together an Elections Primer to help you identify your candidates, keep track of important dates, and raise critical questions.
Across the country there is an increasingly accepted view that raising the minimum wage is both socially responsible and of net benefit to the economy.
Within the last year, the public discourse around this subject has shifted dramatically after progressive leadership in several provinces have either announced a $15/hr wage floor before 2020; or put plans in place to work toward that figure before 2020.
July 18, 2017 – After a number of bargaining sessions with the City of Iqaluit last year, your bargaining team concluded in June 2016 that we had reached an impasse with the employer. The Union has filed for conciliation and will be heading back to the table during the week of September 10.
It is our hope that we will be able to reach a new Collective Agreement with the help of a Federal Conciliation Officer.