Let rich pay fair share – by Fred Hahn

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. By Fred Hahn, Ottawa Citizen April 2, 2012 Re: An austerity budget with heart, March 29. Former Liberal adviser Eugene Lang trumpets the Ontario budget as being “progressive.” This…

CUPE defends services at Group Health Centre

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. – The union representing 253 health care workers at Sault Ste. Marie’s Group Health Centre is fighting cuts and layoffs at the Centre, where management has already cut…

Library workers ratify collective agreement

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. TORONTO, Ont. – Toronto’s public library workers (members of Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 4948 Toronto Public Library Workers Union) have ratified the collective agreement negotiated by their bargaining team…

National Aboriginal Languages Day

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. Aanii! Aanishnaa? Hi! How’s it going? That was your first lesson. You can now greet someone in Anishnaabemowin (Ojibway), the language spoken by many First Peoples in Ontario. Unlike many…

Union calls City back to bargaining when two units reject offers

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. TORONTO, Ont. – City of Toronto employees have voted to reject two of the four contract offers presented by the City’s negotiators. The union’s Bargaining Committee decided to present the City’s final…

Dark Clouds in the Sky for CUPE Porter Staff

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. Union files for conciliation after impasse in bargaining OTTAWA, ON – More than a year after Porter Airlines ground staff at the Ottawa International Airport voted in favour of joining the…

CUPE 4207-Unit 3 charges Brock University with bargaining in bad faith

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. ST. CATHARINES, Ont. – Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) 4207-Unit 3, representing Instructors in English as a Second Language Services at Brock University, has formally filed charges of Bargaining in Bad…

PSW Registry – Learn More

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. Learn More:   Read the letter from Fred and Candace – March, 2013 Read the FAQ sheet from CUPE Ontario and OCHU Read the PSW Educational Standards in…

Ontario needs a recovery budget, not a poverty budget

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario.  TORONTO, ON – Today’s Ontario budget will increase poverty, kill jobs and hurt communities without fixing the economy, says Fred Hahn, President of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Ontario. …

Ontario budget takes aim at the North

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 AND TORONTO, ON – Today’s budget is an attack on the North, says Henri Giroux, vice-president of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Ontario. “It is increasingly obvious…