News Blogs for 2017

I don’t know about you, but I’ve had enough of attacks on public and social services over the past decade and a half under the BC Liberals. For nearly 16 years, the Gordon Campbell...Read More
It was hard to control my emotions. For nearly 30 minutes, I listened to Stephanie Cadieux, the BC Liberals’ minister of children and family development, repeatedly duck questions...Read More
On May 9, HEU members have a critical choice to make. For almost 16 years, we’ve borne the brunt of this government’s devastating fixation on privatization and constant restructuri...Read More
Voting in an election is a democratic right that citizens in most countries have fought hard to achieve. With B.C.’s provincial election on the horizon, Coffee Break looks at votin...Read More
HEU members are getting involved in B.C.’s May 9 election like never before. And the timing couldn’t be better. “I want to be there to change the government,” says Troy Duperreault...Read More
John Horgan is no stranger to many HEU members. He’s delivered powerful speeches to two HEU conventions with his signature style – landing jokes and bringing members to their feet...Read More
HEU members are well aware that health care workers have one of the highest injury rates of all occupations. According to WorkSafeBC’s October 2016 stats, there were 145,803 worker...Read More
HEU’s 2017 Equity Conference will take place May 30 to June 1 at Vancouver’s Hyatt Regency Hotel. Under the theme – Rising Together: Roots, Struggle, Strength – conference particip...Read More
The BC NDP opposition critic on seniors, Selina Robinson, sat down with the Guardian to talk about the state of residential care and what it means for seniors and the HEU members w...Read More