This Saturday, June 18, get your overalls, tool belt, and hardhat out! We're re-installing ‘asbestos’ into your local Conservative MPs office and the Prime Minister's home.
Canadians are being called on to email Prime Minister Stephen Harper and ask him to immediately halt negotiations on the CETA trade deal.
Please join with us in writing to the Canadian Minister of Health to make sure that workplace-based responses to HIV and AIDS are included as part of the declaration.
Although medical experts are blaming hospital overcrowding (resulting from cuts to patient beds) for infection outbreaks, the Ontario government plans to cut another 5,000 acute care beds.
Earth Day is a time for all CUPE members to take action in their communities to help make the world greener and more sustainable.
CUPE argues that a decent minimum wage is a boon to the local economy and it ensures people are paid decently for the work they perform.
The layoff of 100 Bell Canada workers is appalling, and a clear sign the next federal government needs to do much more to protect Canadian workers.
The 2011 federal budget is billed as the “low-tax plan for jobs and growth,” but there is little of substance new here, either on spending to create jobs or tax cuts.
On a canoe trip on the South Saskatchewan River, celebrating 125 years since the resistance at Batoche, the leaders of CUPE and Metis Nation sign an historic cooperation agreement.
Stephen Lewis speaks about the value of protecting public services and resisting privatization. He tells CUPE workers that they should be proud of their role in building strong communities in Canada.