“When the cuts hit here it’s going to affect my customers. These are high paid individuals who spend money in my store. When these cuts impact them; it’s money right out of my pocket. This is also money that is coming out of the local economy in my town. All of the businesses will be affected. There’s a snowball effect, and it takes money out of everyone’s pocket.”
- Brad Barkhouse – Owner/Operator of The Book Worm in Gander
In August, each Regional Office will post their Education Schedule for the fall. In addition to basic courses, Work Force Adjustment (WFA) sessions will be offered and a one day workshop on Mental Health in the workplace. *** THE NOVA SCOTIA EDUCATION SCHEDULE WILL BE POSTED SHORTLY ***
The St. John's Area Council held a lunchtime BBQ in Pleasantville yesterday.
The event was a huge success !! There were approximately 150 people in attendance over the 2 hour period from 12:00 - 2:00 PM and they collected $100 and 3 boxes of food which was donated to the Community Food Sharing Association.
On Wednesday, June 13th at 5:30PM local time, while our MPs gather in Ottawa for a decisive showdown in Parliament, we’ll rally their home ridings, and communities across Canada, to call for 13 “hero” Conservative MPs to work together and stop the Bill, split it, and start over.
Pow Wow Trail Dates and Events 2012 (Updated May 26 ~ 9:40-PM)
Atlantic Pow Wow Trail information for PSAC Aboriginal members and allies.
(Provided by PSAC National Aboriginal Peoples' Circle Atlantic Male/Female reps: Joey Dunphy; Barbara Paul and PSAC Atlantic Aboriginal Director: Charlene Vidito-Milne) .