Events & Conferences
For over two decades, Ontario’s long-term care homes have been short-staffed. The government has failed to establish care standards that would force homes to increase staffing levels.
On Wednesday, October 28 the Ontario Legislature will be debating the Time to Care Act, legislation that will establish a minimum standard of an average of four hours of daily care per resident.
We are holding an urgent town hall on Monday, October 26th from 6:30pm to 7:30pm to talk about how you can play a role in ensuring the government takes action.
To join the town hall, please dial in using the numbers below:
Dial-in Number: 1-877-229-8493 (Pin: 114235#)
Dial-in Number: 1-877-255-5810 (Pin: 114915#)
Ontario has neglected long-term care workers for too long. We cannot afford to miss this opportunity.
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.