CUPE Ontario OMERS Pension Activist Training

Our OMERS pension plan has been under attack in recent years, but you can help reverse the cuts. Train with CUPE Ontario to be an OMERS Pension Activist Saturday & Sunday, February 25-26, 2023 Participants will have the option to attend in-person at CUPE Ontario, 80 Commerce Valley East, Markham ON, or virtually. The two sessions will be…

39K is not enough: Good deal now

We are at a critical moment. The countdown is on for the Ford government to come forward with a good deal for students and education workers by Monday. Education workers want to be in school. They want to be doing their jobs and working with kids. But they can’t settle for less than what students…

Don’t be a bully: Repeal Bill 28

Protest Line Finder Education workers are the backbone of Ontario’s public education system and we’re fighting for a good deal to ensure high-quality education and services for kids. Whether you’re an education worker or an ally, come out to a protest line to send the Ford Conservatives a message and to secure a real deal.…

ECE & Child Care Workers.

Raising the Floor for Child Care

Unity Letter on Decent Work in Child Care We, the undersigned members of CUPE Local 2484, are dedicated front line child care workers who provide accessible, high-quality child care and early learning to families across the Greater Toronto Area. We are united in our belief that our new collective agreement must include adequate paid sick…

Good jobs promote racial justice but good jobs are disappearing from UofT. Join the campaign to stop contracting out Too many women of colour are in low wage, precarious jobs. But my job is permanent, with benefits and a pension so I can retires with dignity.

Good Jobs U of T

Over the last 10 years, approximately 154 University of Toronto caretaking positions on St. George Campus – good jobs like the ones Deborah, Eugenia and Maria have – have disappeared, mainly due to contracting out to for-profit operators. These operators are in it to make a profit, and they pay their staff close to minimum…

Image reads #RepealBill124 and shows four workers, representing different sector of work, standing together in protest.

Repeal Bill 124: Support frontline workers

Affordability became a key election issue this last provincial election for a reason. The costs of things like rent, groceries, and gas are skyrocketing and so many people are feeling stretched thin, burned out at work, and unsupported. But instead of putting workers first, investing in public services, and raising wages, the Ford Conservatives have…

Energy 2022! CUPE Ontario rejoins EPIC Carnival for Caribana

Join CUPE Ontario at Carnival 2022! This year, we have again partnered with EPIC Carnival, a growing non-for profit organization with a passionate and creative team who shares a goal of integrating Caribbean culture into our multicultural community. EPIC builds and supports local artists, musicians, small businesses of the Caribbean community and beyond. They pride…