CRPEG Executive is pleased to announce the winner of this year’s CRPEG Scholarship is Ewan Craig from Mackenzie Community School in Deep River. The value of the scholarship is $3000.
Congratulations to Ewan, and we wish him all the best in his studies in Modern Languages at Laurentian University.
Thanks again goes to the CRPEG Scholarship Committee members, Heather Chaput, Peter Poruks and Paul Jones, for their work and dedication in making this year’s scholarship selection.
Working Together For The Public Good
The CRPEG membership ratified the tentative agreement that was reached on July 12th. See this link for further information.
The CRPEG Executive would like to thank Jamie Dunn (PIPSC negotiator) for his excellent leadership and guidance throughout negotiations, the CRPEG negotiating team for all of their hard work and long hours, and PIPSC for their support with the information picket, media releases and sponsoring the BBQ.
Thank you to the Organizing Committee and many volunteers who put on the BBQ last night, everything was excellent.
Thank you to Gary Corbett (PIPSC President), Debi Daviau (PIPSC Vice-President), and John Courtney (PIPSC NCR Director) for joining us at the ratification meeting. Your presence was greatly appreciated.
Finally, thanks go to our members for their patience and understanding throughout this long negotiations round, and for their overwhelming support given to the Executive to achieve a settlement.