by Luanne Climenhaga

Being personally named in a suit is bound to be very stressful.  We know that there are times when things don’t go the way we’d like in health care, but we also know that sometimes there is nothing that could have prevented a bad outcome. 

by Terry Inigo-Jones

The AGM is our union’s highest authority.  It is an opportunity for members to participate in setting our direction and to provide guidance to the people you have elected.  And it is where we, your elected representatives provide you with the accountability that you should expect and demand of us.  Just like you should expect and demand it from any politician you elect – municipally, provincially and federally.

by Terry Inigo-Jones
Emg Assistant, EMT-A, Emergency Medical Technician, Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic, Emergency Vehicle Operator

At first, David Horan thought he was suffering a bad bout of early morning indigestion. He awoke at around 5:30 a.m. with the unusual, persistent heartburn feeling in his chest. By the time he had showered and had breakfast, it hadn’t gone away. He decided to call 911.

by Kim Adonyi-Keegan

Your HSAA Provincial Bargaining Committee met with AHS again on May 13, 14, 15, 20 and 21.

by Luanne Climenhaga

Strong correlation with better wages, improved workplace safety, and greater equality