Over 400 adults in Lambton County without supports and services 2011 funding not enough to meet needs of “our most vulnerable”

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. SARNIA, Ont. – Provincial funding announced following last month’s Ontario budget for supports and services for people with developmental disabilities is welcome, but it’s not enough to ensure existing programs are stabilized…

CAS merger veers from plan Staff call for openness, consultation, no program cuts for at risk youth

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. OWEN SOUND, Ont. – The hasty, behind-closed-doors naming of a new executive director for the soon-to-be amalgamated regional children’s aid agency is a troubling start to a merger process which veers from…

Federal $10 million for private Vaughan company with links to Fantino but no commitment on escalator for federal health transfers to Ontario after 2014

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario.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. – The resignation of prominent Vaughan Conservatives from their riding association suggests that the federal Conservatives’ handing over $10 million of public money to a company headed by former Julian…

Pride In Our Work – Contact Us

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario.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 Pink Triangle Committee Members – bringing you Pride In Our Work: Chair: David SimaoVice-Chair: NoneOntario Board: Patrick Hannon (DVP, LGBTQ Workers)Elected Members: Nancy Hanschmann, Martine Stonehouse, Ricardo Rodriguez, Dave…

Pride In Our Work – Trans Health

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. In 1990, May 17th  the possibilities were transformed for lesbians, gay men & bisexuals  after the W.H.O. de-listed homosexuality as a medical condition. This was of course, not the case for members…

Rally For Respect – What’s Next

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. What’s Next after the April 9th Rally? The 10,000 person rally on April 9th showed that the people of Toronto are calling on City Hall and Mayor Rob Ford to…