NSTU Guidebook & Operational Procedures

The NSTU Constitution and Policy can only be amended by Council Resolution while the Operational Procedures may be amended at any time throughout the year by the Provincial Executive.  For this reason, the Provincial Executive approved the following motion at the meeting held on March 3-4, 2016:

Commencing with the 2016-2017 edition of the NSTU Guidebook, only the Constitution and Policy be produced in a printed format. The Operational Procedures shall be available in electronic format only from that point forward.

The 2016-2017 edition of the NSTU Guidebook has now been printed.  As per the motion, the NSTU Guidebook now contains only the NSTU Constitution and Policy.  From this point forward, the Operational Procedures will be contained in a separate document which will only be available electronically.

Both documents are available in PDF or Page Flip Digital format.  You can access any information you are seeking directly from the Table of Contents in either format.  Simply click on the entry or page number to go to the desired page.

NSTU Guidebook

2016-2017 Edition:  Page Flip Digital Format / PDF Format

NSTU Operational Procedures

December 2016 Edition:  Page Flip Digital Format / PDF Format


Revisions were made to the following Operational Procedures – September 2016:

  • Operational Procedure 4. NSTU Committees, (xvi)  Technology Committee added:
    ix.to participate as required in the NSTU Policy Review process by providing recommendations for the Provincial Executive’s consideration

Revisions were made to the following Operational Procedures – December 2016:

  • Operational Procedure 20. Dispute Resolution, (c)  Strike Procedures - Revised

Revisions were made to the following Operational Procedures – March 2017:

  • Operational Procedure 1. Annual Council Procedures, added a new (h)
    (h) The chair or designate during the opening session of Annual Council will read the statement: “We would like to acknowledge that we are meeting on unceded Mi’kmaq territory.   We are all privileged to be together in Mi’kmak’i.  We are all treaty people and we would like to acknowledge this relationship.  Many thanks to all for being here.”