Events & Conferences
Thanks to community action, MPPs heard from thousands of Ontarians and unanimously passed Bill 33 at second reading at Queen’s Park on November 2. Now let’s get it over the finish line.
Ontario’s long-term care residents receive less care from fewer staff than just about anywhere else in Canada. This means residents are waiting for hours to get help with feeding, bathing, toileting and getting out of bed.
Our loved ones deserve better. Most long-term care residents are over 85 years old with complex medical conditions, including dementia. This crisis has gone on for far too long.
Bill 33, the Time to Care Act, gives long-term care residents a minimum of 4 hours of hands-on care each day.
English event number: 1-877-229-8493 114235#
French event number: 1-877-229-8493 114915#
Join the online stream when the event starts: http://bit.ly/CUPEONSTREAM
Ontario’s labour and employment laws are changing. Know your rights!
Join the Ontario Federation of Labour for a telephone town hall to find out what changes to Bill 148 mean for you and for workers across the province.
Who we are
CUPE is Ontario’s community union. Our members provide the quality public services we all rely on, in every part of the province, every day.
CUPE Ontario provides a strong political voice for more than 258,000 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.