The Colour of Labour

The frigid winter weather didn’t stop more than three dozen CUPE Ontario members and allies from participating in The Colour of Labour, a two-day Black History Month event in mid-February. It focused on the relationship between the North American Labour Movement and the Black Liberation Movement. “This event was an opportunity to look at the historical and…

CUPE Ontario joined Injured Worker groups from across the province in December for a Day of Action outside the Ministry of Labour in Toronto

Changes to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board are forcing more workers into poverty because of changes to the claims process that are denying benefits to workers injured on the job through no fault of their own. “The WSIB is supposed to be a public system to support workers injured on the job until they…