2011 Year in Review

What a year it’s been for SEIU-West members!

As in any year, there are good moments and not so good moments, but overall our members are among the most active and unique in Saskatchewan.

So we’re taking this opportunity to do a month by month 2011 year in review.



  • SEIU-West’s Watch Dog blog launched exposing the truth in workplaces across Saskatchewan. The blog is still live and will continue. If you have a story to share, please send it to us through the contact us form or through the blog itself.


  • Shop Steward Level 2 training was held across the province.


  • The new and improved www.seiuwest.ca was launched. This new site allows users to share posts, participate in on-line campaigns and provide feedback to SEIU-West in a timely way.
  • The Member Resource Centre (MRC) was officially launched in Saskatchewan – members can now call 1.888.999.7348 to ask general questions of their Union.




  • Our Member Action Coordinator was out and about meeting with members and spreading the purple wave across as many units as possible.


  • SEIU-West members who work in Community-Based Organizations came together to discuss common goals and go forward because they are stronger together.
  • Billboards go up across the province inviting people to visit www.yourfairshare.ca




  • I’m a Health Care Voter sign campaign ramps up and gets noticed across the province in advance of the Provincial election.
  • SFL Charter Challenge starts in Regina.
  • Members across the province took part in SHEPP presentations so they could better understand their pension plan.
  • Shop Steward training Level 1 held in Saskatoon where members are asked “What have Unions ever done for us?”.


  • Health Care Workers Bargaining Conference was well attended. The Bargaining Committee now has a clearer picture of what the membership wants in the next round of negotiations with SAHO and Extendicare.
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