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February 2019

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A colleague of Beverley Jones requested that she be acknowledged during Black History Month because “Beverley is purple strong.” Beverley is the chief steward and a cook with Compass at Runnymede Healthcare Centre in Toronto.
A colleague of Beverley Jones requested that she be acknowledged during Black History Month because “Beverley is purple strong.” Beverley is the chief steward and a cook with Compass at Runnymede Healthcare Centre in Toronto.
12 Feb 2019

Black History Month: Celebrating Beverley Jones

A colleague of Beverley Jones requested that she be acknowledged during Black History Month because “Beverley is purple strong.” Beverley is the chief steward and a cook with Compass at Runnymede Healthcare Centre in Toronto.

Donna Thomas’ co-worker selected her to be acknowledged during Black History Month because she has actively engaged many of her fellow members to become more involved with their union. Donna has been an SEIU Healthcare for more than 20 years, is a steward, and she is passionate about the labour movement.
Donna Thomas’ co-worker selected her to be acknowledged during Black History Month because she has actively engaged many of her fellow members to become more involved with their union. Donna has been an SEIU Healthcare for more than 20 years, is a steward, and she is passionate about the labour movement.
07 Feb 2019

Black History Month: Celebrating Donna Thomas

Donna Thomas’ co-worker selected her to be acknowledged during Black History Month because she has actively engaged many of her fellow members to become more involved with their union. Donna has been an SEIU Healthcare for more than 20 years, is a steward, and she is passionate about the labour movement.

"We are urging the Ontario government to work with us and the more than 24,000 frontline LTC staff we represent to establish a mandatory minimum hours of direct care for residents and additional funding to allow long-term care facilities to be staffed sufficiently."
"We are urging the Ontario government to work with us and the more than 24,000 frontline LTC staff we represent to establish a mandatory minimum hours of direct care for residents and additional funding to allow long-term care facilities to be staffed sufficiently."
01 Feb 2019

Long-Term Care Facilities Facing “Epidemic”

“We are urging the Ontario government to work with us and the more than 24,000 frontline LTC staff we represent to establish a mandatory minimum hours of direct care for residents and additional funding to allow long-term care facilities to be staffed sufficiently.”

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