The union will not accept concessions in bargaining and will push Ford on wages. After all of your courage, hard work and sacrifice during the pandemic, your union believes that you deserve to see an increase in your real income.
The union will not accept concessions in bargaining and will push Ford on wages. After all of your courage, hard work and sacriﬁce during the pandemic, your union believes that you deserve to see an increase in your real income.
The CUPE Ontario Racial Justice Committee and EPIC Carnival are proud to present Togetherness: An Online & In-Person Carnival Celebration. Taking place JULY 24, this hybrid event will feature a live stream of socially distanced backyard parties and DJs from across Ontario.
Canada has an islamophobia problem. We saw evidence of this recently during the tragic attack on a Muslim family in London however, as many Muslim community members noted, this problem is not new. There are many other instances of islamophobia that often go unnoticed and unaddressed.
National Indigenous People’s Day is June 21st. To purchase the Indigenous Council’s “Every Child Matters” orange shirts for $20 each (shipping included), please fill out this order form, linked here. If you would like to purchase more than 15 shirts, please contact Cavan directly at 416-686-6265, 1-800-268-5665 or email@example.com
The Good Shepherd Golf Classic supports both Women’s Services and Youth Services. Women’s Services provides shelter, safety and support for women and their children dealing with abuse, violence, homelessness, mental health, and poverty.
Love is Love - a Video by the CUPE Local 786 Social Committee A big thank you to the Social Committee for putting this video together!
El Jones, a spoken word artist and former CUPE member, delivered a powerful performance of her original poem "#PublicServicesSaveLives" on day three of the CUPE Ontario Convention 2021. The piece was specifically written for this event.
June 21 is usually a day of celebration for Indigenous peoples, however, this year is a much more challenging time as Indigenous communities across the country mourn the recent discovery of 215 Indigenous children buried at a mass grave site at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in BC.
Sonja Bernhard used to sit in her car and cry at the end of a shift at the Hamilton long-term care home where she had been deployed to help with the pandemic. Like other front-line health workers, the registered practical nurse found working during the pandemic physically and emotionally gruelling. She continues to deal with fallout from it.