In Ontario today, a bad political decision can render your best collective agreement meaningless. Whether it’s privatization, cutbacks, forced mergers or restructuring, the swipe of a politician’s pen can destroy good jobs. And everything you’ve built.
That’s why CUPE Ontario continues to grow. We’re a formidable political voice for affiliated locals across Ontario, leading major campaigns in our key sectors:
Building Power for your Local
When a local is isolated, or when your activists are not connected, your ability to be strong for your members is seriously compromised.
- At CUPE Ontario, we connect you to locals across the province that do the same work as you do. So that no one local or community is vulnerable to unwanted change.
- Our committees assist locals with bargaining coordination and central bargaining models with proven success in improving wages and working conditions—crucial in areas where it’s tough to build union power.
- And, CUPE Ontario offers leadership on issues relevant to your members and their communities—from anti-racism and anti-sexism to diversity, building power for people with disabilities and enhancing pensions, health and safety.
Best of all, as an affiliate of CUPE Ontario you have direct influence in shaping our political policy and public voice.
If you’re not affiliated to CUPE Ontario, you need to be. We can only fight your battles and build your power if we have your support, and your participation.
Click here and download the affiliation form, or send us a message using the comment box on the right and join today!
If you’d like to join CUPE Ontario, fill in the form below to send us a message. You can also call us at 905-739-9739 to learn more.
Making restructuring work for workers—from LHINS to long-term care, hospitals, community care and emergency services.
Fighting privatization of water, electricity and arenas.
Leading the fight to fix the faulty school funding formula.
Coordinating bargaining for child care, Children’s Aid and ACC workers.
Organizing and coordinating university workers across Ontario.