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A province-wide public opinion poll conducted on behalf of the Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan shows 67.5 per cent support for independent, binding arbitration to settle the current contract dispute between specialized health care professionals and health care employers, Health Sciences President Cathy Dickson announced.

Wednesday, 18 May 2011 17:59

Cypress forced to deal with HSAS pickets

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Cypress Health Region staff were forced to respond quickly to some of its employees going on strike May 13.

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There may be a chance for the Health Science Association of Saskatchewan union to get their wish of third-party binding arbitration after all.

Tuesday, 17 May 2011 09:11

HSAS back on strike

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After taking yesterday off from in hopes of getting permission from the Government of Saskatchewan to go to binding arbitration, Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan members are back on strike — this time in Regina.

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The Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan has announced there will be no additional strike action by Health Sciences members today, giving Premier Wall a “window of opportunity” to avoid additional strike action, by agreeing to send the union’s lengthy contract dispute with health care employers to independent, binding arbitration.

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Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan's province-wide striking tour came to Swift Current May 13.

Friday, 13 May 2011 09:21

HSAS strikes in Swift Current

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Approximately 50 specialized health care professionals in the Cypress Health Region went on strike at 8 a.m. May 13.

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Southwest Homes’ wish to purchase a new house may help bring personal care homes to Swift Current.

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Trent Regier feels like he’ll start to become a little more comfortable at work.

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The Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan has rejected a proposal from health care employers and the Wall government as “totally inadequate” and has suspended further talks until employers and the government can confirm that they have a fair and reasonable contract offer to make, Health Sciences President Cathy Dickson said.

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