Events & Conferences
We met with CUPE members across the province to understand how reforms in prototype regions have impacted workers and social assistance service delivery. On June 24 at 6:30pm, join us for the release of our consultation report to learn more about what we heard and next steps to protect social assistance and amplify your voices and serious concerns to the government.
Register in advance at www.cupe.on.ca/WhatWeHeard
Personal support workers (PSWs) at the Hillcrest site of the University Health Network (UHN) are paid $16.83 an hour or less, have 3 paid sick days a year, and are overwhelmingly women and racialized. This reactivation hospital takes patients from the wider UHN, where PSWs enjoy better pay and benefits.
The Ontario Council of Hospital Unions, the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, and CUPE Ontario are organizing a Car Rally on Saturday June 26 at 10:30 am, to tell UHN to stop the exploitation of the women working at Hillcrest and make them direct employees.
RSVP using the form on this page.
Join in your car—socially distanced and safe! Click here for the participant guide and route map.
10:30am, Saturday, June 26
Hillcrest Reactivation Centre
47 Austin Terrace, Toronto, ON M5R 1Y8
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We recognize that while Muslims are a primary focus of hate today, it may one day turn to another group. As a result, we should strive to ensure social and legal protections for all Canadians, inspired by the sacrifices and ongoing struggles of numerous marginalized racial, ethnic and religious communities.
Click here to register for this webinar, which will take place over Zoom.
To receive updates on this conference, please fill out the R.S.V.P. form below.
Please note: if you require Simultaneous French Translation, ASL, or have any other accessibility needs, the cut-off date for registration is Wednesday, September 1st, 2021.
For information about registration fees, click on this link.
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.