Nancy Simone, Local 2191
Addressing union activists from the Ontario Federation of Union Retirees who gathered for the annual October 1st ceremony at Toronto’s City Hall, one of a number of events across the province to mark the day.
CUPE retiree members met in caucus at the 2019 CUPE Ontario Convention.
Marching with fellow unionists at the Labour Day Parade in Toronto, Ontario.
CUPE Ontario members were proud to be part of the 50th anniversary of Carnival today.
As a part of our ongoing community outreach initiative, some members of the CUPE Ontario Racial Justice committee attended services at the Ontario Khalsa Darbar (Dixie Gurdwara) Sikh temple and BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Hindu temple. During the visits, committee members learned about the significant role these temples play in our communities. This outreach is…
Universal health care supporters from several Ontario communities, including Sudbury, Scarborough and Brampton rallied and made a special mail delivery to Conservative MP offices on March 31, the national day of action to save public health care.
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…
Over 500 labour and social activists from across the country were in Winnipeg February 5 to 8 for CUPE’s second National Human Rights Conference.
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…