The government's actions have made workers in developmental services fall through the cracks.
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.
For Pride 2020, CUPE calls on employers and governments to end conversion practices, build safer spaces, and support LGBTQ2+ grassroots groups dealing with COVID-19.
Three months into a pandemic that disproportionately impacts equity-seekers, CUPE Ontario continues to call on the province to collect and publish relevant data.
For CUPE, health and safety has always been a top priority.
In the midst of all the chaos, it's important for us to also take care of ourselves. Talk to friends and family, and if you need help, reach out.
Federal measures aimed at helping workers hit by the COVID-19 pandemic give Canadians some reassurance, but aid needs to move quickly and expand.
CUPE was thrilled to see the NDP introduce legislation to finally bring in universal, public, single-payer pharmacare.
CUPE members and staff at the union’s Winter School being held in Moose Jaw this week are wearing green squares in solidarity against Islamophobia.
With the North Bay Regional Health Centre residential addictions program threatened with closure hospital staff are taking the unprecedented step of holding a solidarity day.
A three-day strike by SkyTrain workers has been averted, thanks to a new tentative agreement reached following a marathon bargaining session