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)

Click here to access the list of Union Representative Assignments for the SAHO CBA.

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Provincial Contract Action Team (ProCAT) - Join Our Team!

Do you want to be a leader in planning and participating in community actions to support the efforts of our health care provider bargaining?  If so, you may want to join our ProCAT team! They will be setting up info-pickets across the province in the next couple of months as our bargaining team works through the next steps/legal requirements  - help us to show the employer, government and community that everybody is #Ready2Go! 

Applications will be accepted until July 19, 2020. You can apply online at this link or using this pdf form which should be returned to Neil Colmin via Email: [email protected] / Mailing Address: 747 46 St W, Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A1 / Fax: 306.652.1392

SAHO/SEIU-West Bargaining Bulletin (2nd edition) No. 15

Date: June 17, 2020

Greetings Sisters and Brothers,

The SEIU-West bargaining committee along with members of our Political Action and Awareness committee and Provincial Contract Action Team (ProCAT) took action by going to the Legislature on Tuesday June 16 to call out the Government of Saskatchewan to get back to the bargaining table with the ‘flexibility’ to reach a deal. This was especially timely in light of the provincial government’s budget announcement Monday that outlined increases to the health care budget, but nothing for front line health care providers.

President Cape Letter to Premier Moe re SAHO Bargaining (June 4, 2020)

June 4, 2020

Sent Electronically

Honourable Premier Scott Moe 
Honourable Minister of Labour Relations & Workplace Safety, Don Morgan
Honourable Minister of Health, Jim Reiter
Honourable Minister of Rural & Remote Health, Warren Kaeding
Saskatchewan Legislative Building
2405 Legislative Drive
Regina, SK S4S 0B3

Dear Honourable Premier Moe & Ministers Morgan, Reiter & Kaeding,

I write to you today on behalf of the over 12,000 members who work as health care providers in the former Saskatoon, Five Hills, Heartland, and Cypress
Health Regions, along with their families, friends, and supporters.

SAHO/SEIU-West Bargaining Bulletin (2nd edition) No. 13

Date: May 5, 2020

Greetings Sisters and Brothers,

As you are no doubt aware, due to the State of Emergency declared by the provincial government on or about March 17, 2020, our bargaining dates for the weeks of April 6 and 14 were cancelled. The focus for the Employer side was on managing the pandemic planning and the priority for the Union was providing support and assurance for our front line members.

President's Message - Put Care First!

Sisters and Brothers,

Your Provincial Contract Action Team (ProCAT) is looking to ramp up our efforts to demand fairness and safety in health care.

We’ll be looking to our members to help ensure their communities are aware of the severe understaffing happening in health care.

A fair contract would definitely help.

If you are interested in setting up a Put Care first end understaffing event (i.e. info picket, leafleting, etc.) in your community, reach out to your ProCAT member or use the event request form to let us know.

We will provide the resources such as leaflets, necessary funding, checklists, etc. but it is vital to have a local unit members engaged and involved.

We all have to work together to keep up the pressure so we can successfully resolve this collective agreement.

Please remember to show your support for our bargaining efforts.  You can contact the Minister of Finance, Donna Harpauer (306) 787-6060 OR [email protected];  the Minister of Health, Jim Reiter (306) 787-7345 OR [email protected]; the new Minister of Rural and Remote Health, Warren Kaeding (306) 798-9014 OR [email protected]; or your very own MLA. Explain to them the need for a fair offer; and how an adequate monetary package is necessary to recruit and retain quality staff. You can also send a letter to your MLA with a simply click on our campaign. If you would like some assistance, call the MRC at 1-888-999-7348 extension 1 and an officer will put you in contact with someone who will help you.

Remember we’re all in this together!

Please keep an eye on the SEIU-West website and your union bulletin board. And follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for information updates.

In solidarity,

Barbara Cape, SEIU-West President 

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