Injured workers 20 per cent behind in compensation; Province needs to act before more fall into poverty

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. At rallies in cities including Toronto, Windsor and St. Catharines, the Ontario Network of Injured Workers Groups (ONIWG) and partners, including CUPE Ontario, today called on the McGuinty government to make full…

Oxford County ‘Grinch’ hands out pink slips

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. Woodstock, Ont. – Job cuts announced by Oxford County just before Christmas show how insensitive management is in handling layoff notices, affecting five workers at the Ontario Works division, says the Canadian…

New study shows funding for EAs short $189M McGuinty’s band-aid fix short-changes special needs children

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario.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. Oct. 2/07 – Ontario’s faulty school funding formula resulted in an estimated $189 million funding shortfall for Educational Assistants (EAs) for the 2006-2007 year, according to a new study by…

International Day for Disabled Persons

Note: This page contains outdated content and may not appear correctly.Please Click Here to find recent news, events and information from CUPE Ontario. Despite having a day declared to honour the struggle of people with disabilities, adults with disabilities continue to be the most unemployed group in our society.  People with disabilities are routinely subjected…