NEBS Meeting Notice

NEBS IS COMING TO THE YUKON. The Board of Directors and the Pension Committee of the Northern Employees Benefits Services (NEBS) will be holding their first ever meeting in the Yukon. Listen to and discuss with these NEBS representatives the details of the NEBS Pension Plan and the efforts to... Read more

Hospital Workers Ratify New Contract

Hospital Members Ratify a New Deal Yukon Hospital Corp. workers had the opportunity to vote on the tentative agreement recently achieved between the Union and the employer. The ratification by the roughly 250 members of YEU/PSAC Local Y025 vote took place Monday, March 4th, only weeks after they returned an... Read more

Tentative Agreement for Hospital Workers

Thanks to hard work of the YEU/PSAC Local Y025 bargaining team, and the strong strike mandate provided by the membership, the union and the employer have arrived at a tentative contract after final negotiations February 14th and 15th. Contract ratification votes will take place March. 5th.    Read Media Release... Read more

YEU Newsletter January 2019

Our January/February Newsletter is now available online.  In this issue: Solidarity with Unist'ot'en Camp; Mental Wellness Cafes; Statutory Freeze; Bargaining Update and more. See Full Issue, PDF Version by clicking  HERE Read full issue online by clicking the image below. Read more

Hospital Workers Return Huge Strike Mandate

Thursday February 7, members of YEU/PSAC’s Local Y025 – Yukon Hospital Corp., gave their bargaining team a very strong strike mandate. A strike vote held at well-attended meetings throughout the day showed an overwhelming majority of workers are prepared to strike if necessary. That clear direction is sure to guide... Read more

Yukon Employees’ Union In Solidarity with Unist’ot’en Camp

The Yukon Employee’s Union stands in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en Nation in British Columbia. As a trade union that represents over 5,000 Yukoners, the Yukon Employees’ Union supports the full implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Actions, and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous... Read more

Many Rivers Workers RATIFY CONTRACT

After nearly two years of bargaining and 80 days on the picket line, braving temperatures nearing -40 degrees, the workers of YEU/PSAC Local Y031 ratified a contract with their employer today.  The agency will re-open its Whitehorse, and community offices February 7th.  Read more

Many Rivers Fails to Respond to Union Settlement Offer

Union’s Comprehensive Settlement Offer Nets Nothing   In an effort to move the parties toward a settlement, the federally appointed conciliator mediating the Many Rivers labour dispute presented both sides with a non-binding recommendation on January 4th. The union responded in writing to the conciliator January 7th, with a comprehensive... Read more

Union scores a win for the workers of YG’s Transitional Support Services

  Yukon Employees’ Union has been raising concerns about working conditions for Residential Care Workers (RCWs) in the Yukon Government group homes since at least 2015. These workers face numerous risks in the normal course of their duties, and are regularly expected to work alone.  They provide a home environment... Read more