VANCOUVER—Building on the success of its campaign to encourage individual British Columbians to support their local economies, the Ten Percent Shift has retained Civic Economics, an economic analysis and strategic planning consultancy, to conduct a study of the BC retail economy to determine the potential benefits of a ten percent shift in consumer spending to … Continue reading Ten Percent Shift launches major study of BC’s retail economy
The University of Victoria support staff have had to go out on strike to support their job action. Soon the employer will return to the bargaining table.
This is something that no doubt all of us knew and are well aware of, but for some reason the politicians don't want to acknowledge it.
When the membership met last, to discuss the Academic Services Delivery Transformation document that was distributed to the CUPE mailing list, the Bargaining Team spent time trying to explain when was happening in the background with the provincial government while negotiations broke with management; management explained to the Bargaining Team that they would “crystallize” their … Continue reading Special General Membership Meeting