Current Contract:

Collective Agreement Between Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations Inc. and SEIU-West - April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2022; April 1, 2022 to March 31, 2023

Please note that the 2023/2024 calendar page at the end of the bound version of the SAHO CBA (effective April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2022; April 1, 2022 to March 21, 2023) only has a two week period between December 25, 2022 and January 8, 2023. As a result, this throws off all the 3 week periods set out in 2023 and 2024. If you would like to print a replacement copy of the 2023/2024 calendar page, click here to download a printable PDF file.

Please note that page 299 in the bound version of the SAHO CBA (effective April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2022; April 1, 2022 to March 21, 2023) was subject to a printing error. If you would like to print a replacement copy of page 299, click here to download a printable PDF of the page.

SEIU-West Union Representatives:


***In an effort to provide more effective representation, members who work at Saskatoon City Hospital, Royal University Hospital, St. Paul’s Hospital, Saskatoon Home Care, and Parkridge Centre will now be serviced based on classification. Please click here for more detailed information.

Serviced out of:

Moose Jaw 
39 Athabasca Street West
Moose Jaw, SK S6H 2B6
Phone: 306.693.7922
Fax: 306.692.2807

#200 - 747 46 St West
Saskatoon, SK S7L6A1
Phone: 306.652.1011
Fax: 306.652.1392

Swift Current 
333 Central Avenue North
Swift Current, SK S9H 0L5
Phone: 306.773.2536
Fax: 306.773.7535
(Katelyn Thibeault, Shelley Johnson)

(Marj Markwart, Tracy Goodheart, Elizabeth Tawpisin, Matthew Lantz, Melanie Wagner)

(Sharon Farrell, Chris Mulhall)

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SEIU-West/SAHO Tentative Agreement Vote: The Results Are In

On behalf of the SEIU-West bargaining committee, I want to thank all of our members covered by the SAHO agreement for their engagement; interest in the updates; attending meetings and virtual town halls; the emailed questions; and for making your collective voice ring out loud and clear through your vote.

The rejection of the tentative agreement gives us a clear direction and mandate to take back to the table and let SHA and the Government of Saskatchewan know that this offer doesn’t even come close to what is a fair level of compensation for our members.

As we said in our tentative agreement presentations, this doesn’t automatically mean that the government will bring more money to the table right away.  But if we need to ask  our members for a strike mandate to get what we deserve  - we know that you have knowledge about the process, including essential services negotiations  and we will continue to communicate clearly at  every step of this process.

I want to be clear about this rejection: this was union democracy at work. Why didn't the bargaining committee make a recommendation about this deal? Because we know our members are informed and know their own minds. We know that you are the experts about your workplaces, the work you do  and what you are worth.  We wanted the government to hear YOUR voice on what they need to do.

Right now, CUPE and SGEU are notifying their members about the outcome of their ratification votes. And now it’s time to roll up our sleeves as we have much work to do: discussions with our coalition partners about the next steps, notification to the employer, and setting dates to get together at our next bargaining session. And we will do this together.

Have a good Easter break brothers and sisters.

In Solidarity on behalf of the SEIU-West SAHO bargaining committee,

Barbara Cape

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