Years of starts, shifts and cuts, add up to inadequate public funding and ineffectual provincial policy by successive governments. It's time for this situation to end.
Canadian Union of Public Employees
With 570,000 members across Canada, CUPE represents workers in health care, education, municipalities, libraries, universities, social services, public utilities, transportation, emergency services and airlines.
CUPE developed a snapshot of their workers making under $18 and found that women, Aboriginal members and racialized workers disproportionately make up low paid workers.
Discussions about the economy shouldn’t be dominated by banks and corporations. Join the conversation about how the economy can work for Canadian workers, our families, and our communities.
The Ontario government is offering “a mockery of a legitimate complaints process for hospital patients and long-term care residents."
After 11 years in power, the Liberals have not addressed the serious and growing problem of poverty in Ontario
Toyota workers know they deserve fair wages, and a safe and healthy workplace. They know what their jobs mean for their communities, and they want to protect them.
Cutting public services to pay for a surplus is hurting Canadians and not spurring any meaningful economic growth.
Income splitting is terrible policy that would have negative economic impacts. It provides little for parents who need help, while lining the pockets of those who don't.
CUPE urges the federal government to carry out a national public inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls, and implement a national action plan to end violence against women.
A delegation of development services activists marked International Day of Persons with Disabilities, holding a rally at the constituency office of the Minister of Community and Social Services.