Teachers, support workers slam Vaughan MPP at town hall

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. It was meant to give residents a chance to discuss a wide range of issues with Vaughan’s representative at Queen’s Park. Instead, Liberal MPP Steven Del Duca’s inaugural town hall meeting…

December 6th Message from CUPE Ontario

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. December 6, the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, was established by Parliament in 1991. Observed across the country with vigils, memorials and other ceremonies, the day coincides…

CUPE Developmental Service Workers mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities with rally to defend services

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. Click here to see photographs from the rally  KITCHENER, Ont. – Over 20 Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) members who work in developmental services from all over southwestern Ontario gathered…

CUPE decries cuts in food services at area schools – calls on Near North District School Board to bring cafeteria services in-house

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. NORTH BAY, Ont. – Parents and students will be left hanging, with no real food in the cafeteria, after the Near North District School Board decided to cut food services effective December…

Why Ontarians need defined-benefit pensions

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. CUPE Ontario President to debunk pension myths at forum tonight WATERLOO, ON – The pension plans that Ontario public-sector workers pay into are the best, most cost-efficient models for providing…

Protect Ontarians, tell us who they are.

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. Health minister urged to name clinics providing subpar, inferior care TORONTO, ON – Today’s report – the first of its kind – that found nine private medical procedures clinics are providing…

CUPE warns Liberal leadership candidates to back off Bill 115, respect workers’ basic right to bargain

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. INGERSOLL, ON – Attendees to the first Ontario Liberal leadership debate were greeted by local members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, who are calling on leadership candidates to respect workers’…

International Day of Persons with Disabilities December 3rd, 2012

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. Letter to Members: International Day of Persons with DisabilitiesDecember 3rd, 2012 Sisters and Brothers, Today marks the 31st anniversary of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The United Nations has…

CUPE members mobilizing across Ontario

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. CUPE members packed halls across Ontario in November, vowing to stand together against legislation that removes collective bargaining rights and impartial contract arbitration. Members gathered for 20 regional meetings…