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The Convention Video CUPE Ontario's 47th Annual Convention


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Who Cares?  -  February 2010

The future of Ontario's Home Care.

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Windsor Rally June 12, 2009

Members of CUPE Locals 82 and 543 in Windsor have been on strike for nearly two months, fighting for a fair contract.

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CUPE Convention Kids Camp Video

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Hold the Line

This short documentary film produced by Min Sook Lee chronicles the struggles of municipal workers in Windsor, Ontario after they are forced to go on strike to protect benefits and pension for future generations. Premiered on the floor of the CUPE Ontario Convention, held May 27-31.

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Historic Skilled Trades Conference

The first annual skilled trades conference organized by CUPE Ontario was a resounding success, according to evaluations by some of the 200 workers who attended the event. Never before in the history of the union has the scope and breadth of trades workers in the public sector been acknowledged and discussed.

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CUPE 3903 Solidarity Rally, November 12, 2008

CUPE 3903 member Rafeef Ziadah pokes holes in York Universitys call for binding arbitration to end the strike by teaching, graduate and research assistants and contract faculty. CUPE Ontario Secretary-Treasurer Fred Hahn and 2nd Vice-President Candace Rennick, who also sits on the CUPE National Executive Board, bring messages of solidarity.

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Sid Ryan and Pauline Marois

Sid Ryan speaks about the need for a provincially funded childcare system in Ontario.

Pauline Marois, leader of the Parti Québecois, shares how the former PQ government achieved a $7/day childcare system in Quebec, in a time of great fiscal constraint.

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Fred Hahns media conference comments

Hahn supports CUPE 503 in fighting cuts, privatization of Ottawas public services 

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Ryan speaks at 8th Annual Child Care Appreciation Day

Sid Ryan, President of CUPE Ontario speaks at the 8th Annual Child Care Worker and Early Childhood Educator Appreciation Day.

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Rock for Public Services Concert - Thorold

Rock for Public Services featuring April Wine at concert in Thorold August 22

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April Wine draws 6,000-7,000 at Rock for Public Services in Ajax August 21, 2008

AJAX, Ont. – Between 6,000-7,000 people came out in Ajax to hear rock band April Wine at a free concert tonight presented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE). Called ‘Rock for Public Services,' the event was one of a series of rock concerts that CUPE Ontario has planned in cities across the province to celebrate and bring home the importance of public services.

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Aug 5, 2008, 3:44 PM

Frontline workers fear longer waiting lists and less service for developmentally disabled if Bill 77 become law Click here to see video


1st Time Ever - CUPE Ontario's Racial Justice Committee float at this year's Caribana Parade!

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Air Canada Flight Attendants Rally in Toronto Pearson Airport - July 29th, 2008

Air Canada flight attendants, members of CUPE 4092, rallied at Pearson International Airport this afternoon (Monday, July 28). Earlier this month Air Canada announced that an estimated 2000 jobs will be cut.

Sid Ryan, president of CUPE Ontario, spoke to flight attendants and their supports.


June 29th, 2008 Toronto Pride Parade

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Sid Ryan speaks at Information picket on June 23rd, 2008
at the the Rouge Valley Centenary hospital main entrance.

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CUPE Ontario president's report at the 2008 Annual Convention 

CUPE Ontario held its 45th Annual Convention in Niagara Falls, from May 21 to 24. A record number of delegates registered to attend what was the biggest convention ever of CUPE Ontario. Over 1,000 delegates, buoyed by 26 new locals and 4,400 members who have affiliated to CUPE Ontario over the last two years, met to determine the union's plan of action for the coming year. This clip is Sid Ryan reporting to the delegates on last year's activities and challenges.

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CUPE Ontario Secretary-Treasurer's report at the 2008 Annual Convention 

Below click to see video of  CUPE Ontario Secretary-Treasurer giving his report to the delegates at the 45th Annual Convention in Niagara Falls, from May 21 to 24.

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Aboriginal Debate at CUPE Ontario convention

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The CUPE Ontario Convention Video 2008

Events that took place during the year 2007 May to May 2008

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CUPE Ontario president report at the convention  

CUPE Ontario held its 45th annual convention in Niagara Falls, from May 21 to 24. A record number of delegates registered to attend what was the biggest convention ever of CUPE Ontario. Over 1,000 delegates, buoyed by 26 new locals and 4,400 members who have affiliated to CUPE Ontario over the last two years, met to determine the union's plan of action for the coming year. This clip is Sid Ryan reporting to the delegates on last year's activities and challenges.

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Journal de Québec workers receive huge support from CUPE Ontario

Journal de Québec workers, who have been on strike for more then a year now, were in Niagara to talk to Ontario delegates and received a major support from their sisters and brothers from Ontario.

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Paul Moist meets with delegates at the Ontario convention

This clip is Paul Moist meeting with the delegates and addressing the CUPE National issues. 

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CUPE supports UNITE HERE

This clip is Alex Dagg, national director of UNITE HERE, the union representing the workers at Canadian Niagara Hotels where this year's convention was held. 

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Welcoming the delegates at CUPE Ontario 45th convention

CUPE Ontario held its 45th annual convention in Niagara Falls, from May 21 to 24. A record number of delegates registered to attend what was the biggest convention ever of CUPE Ontario. Over 1,000 delegates, buoyed by 26 new locals and 4,400 members who have affiliated to CUPE Ontario over the last two years, met to determine the union's plan of action for the coming year. This clip is Sid Ryan's introduction, welcoming the delegates.

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TVO - The Agenda: State of Our Unions Debate

 

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School board members endorse provincial negotiations process

More than 400 CUPE school board sector members attending a sector-wide emergency meeting in Toronto on January 21, unanimously endorsed participation in a provincial common issues negotiations process set to begin at the end of January.  

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Sid Ryan speaks at Hamilton Home Care Rally January 16, 2008

About 225 skilled health care staff will lose their jobs after the Victorian Order of Nurses and St. Joseph's Home Care contracts expire in April. This rally is part of a massive community-wide protest.

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October 2007 - Sid Ryan, President CUPE Ont. talks at Anti Poverty Rally

Delegates to the CUPE national convention rally to mark the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty.

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June 2007 Toronto Pride Day

We want everyone to know how proud we are to be an integral part of the Queer and Trans communities," says Fred Hahn, the first gay-elected Secretary-Treasurer of CUPE Ontario. "Our members know how important the unique needs of Queer and Trans folks are to making Toronto a strong city and we are committed to delivering those services." 

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CUPE Ont. participates in Aboriginal Day of Action June 29, 2007

Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Secretary Treasurer Fred Hahn and other leaders, activists and rank and file members participated in a march and rally at Queen's Park, to stand in solidarity with Aboriginal Peoples on their National Day of Action. 

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44th Annual CUPE Ontario Convention Video May 2007 

Delegates to CUPE Ontario's 44th annual convention were unequivocal in supporting an agenda for change that will bring a fresh approach to everything from staff hiring, greater diversity in board leadership to CUPE Ontario's place within the national union.
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Healthcare not for sale - May 24th, 2007

Convention delegates at the Healthcare rally, Thursday May 24th. 

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Rally to support striking CUPE Local 218 workers

Busloads of striking school support workers from Durham Region descended on Queen's Park to highlight the fact that the McGuinty government is continuing to underfund school operations and fuel province-wide labour unrest. Twenty-one hundred members of Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 218 at Durham Public School Board went on strike on Wednesday, March 21, 2007.  They include educational assistants (EAs), office, clerical and technical staff, and custodial and maintenance workers. 

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First Summary - 2007 Anti-Racism Forum Series (April 2007)

The first in a series, this Anti-Racism Forum focused on the topic of Employment Equity. The key note speaker of opening night, Loretta Ross, the Founder and former Executive Director of the National Centre for Human Rights Education in Atlanta Georgia, brought humour, wisdom, passion, and energy to the opening of the conference. 

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