CUPW has elected Jan Simpson, a postal worker from the Scarborough local, as the union’s new National President. She becomes the first black woman to lead a national union in Canada.
CUPE Ontario and CUPE Canada issue a statement celebrating the unsung heroes who emerged in the wake of the horrific hit and run at Yonge and Finch in Toronto.
CUPE Newfoundland Labrador is very pleased to hear Minister Kirby announce that all the province’s libraries will remain open and suggest that new libraries may be coming.
Support staff in schools across Nova Scotia are concerned that restructuring school boards will create unstable labour relations, much like what we’ve seen happen to the health care system.
How do we invest in public infrastructure with accountability?
To ensure the safety and security of Canada’s plasma supply, we must support CBS’ non-profit, voluntary donor system. Currently, we only have 7 voluntary donor plasma collection sites in all of Canada
The divisions that strikes create between employees and management can take a long time to heal, and in some cases never do.
In a paper released by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, Lynne Fernandez and Jim Silver describe the history of Indigenous people in labour.
CUPE National President Mark Hancock has called on Finance Minister Bill Morneau to withdraw Bill C‑27, “An Act to amend the Pension Benefits Standards Act, 1985.” Read the CUPE submission here.
Wayne Lucas, CUPE Newfoundland and Labrador, demands transparency about P3s in the province. Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec and Nova Scotia learned the hard way that P3s are more expensive.