Events & Conferences
For this Virtual Conference’s Final Call announcement, please click here, and to register for this conference, click on this link, with password: hsiw2021.
If you require Simultaneous French Translation, ASL, or have any other accessibility needs, the deadline to submit your request is October 4th, via the registration platform.
Click here to download the Final Call notice for CUPE Ontario’s Virtual Fall School, including the list of workshops. To REGISTER for the Virtual Fall School, click here and use password “conference2021”.
If you require Simultaneous French Translation, ASL, or have any other accessibility needs, please complete the online registration form or contact our office at 905-739-9739. THESE FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED BY OCTOBER 15TH, 2021.
National Convention will be held from November 22-26, 2021. More details, including deadlines for submitting resolutions, nominations for national awards, and information about the convention assistance fund can be found here.
Earlier this summer, the National Executive Board has passed a motion extending the deadline to submit Convention Assistance Fund Applications and Financial Documents to September 10, 2021. We encourage all chartered organizations who missed the June deadline to apply no later than September 10.
Regarding the 2021 CUPE National award nominations, all nominations must be completed no later than August 24, 2021.
CUPE National is seeking nominations for the following awards:
- National Disability Rights Activism Award
- Grace Hartman Award
- National Health and Safety Award
- Communications Award
- National Literacy Award
- Ed Blackman Award
For CUPE Ontario’s summary of updates on this convention, click here.
Who we are
CUPE is Ontario’s community union. Our members provide the quality public services we rely on in every part of the province every day.
CUPE Ontario provides a strong political voice for more than 280,000 members across the province. Our members are proud to provide front-line services that support the communities in which we live and work.
Our members work in six main areas: social services, health care, municipalities, school boards, universities and airlines.
Member locals choose to affiliate with CUPE Ontario because, together, we advocate for equality, strong public services, healthy communities, and a better Ontario for everyone.