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CUPE 5167 OMER’s presentation

    CUPE 5167 has invited 1041 members to attend this presentation.  An email will be sent  to the membership with the zoom link.

May 10th, 2022|CUPE Bulletin|

Tragic Accident results in death of Darts Worker

CUPE 1041 is saddened to hear of this tragic accident.  Our condolences and thoughts go out to the family, fellow workers and CUPE 5167.

May 10th, 2022|CUPE Bulletin|

City of Hamilton Vaccine Policy

Notice to Members: Some members may be affected by the pending deadline imposed by the Employer.  Please ensure you know your rights and and options with regards to this policy.  Please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns. In Sol CUPE 1041 exec

May 10th, 2022|CUPE Bulletin|

CUPE mourns discovery of Kamloops mass grave site, calls for stronger federal action

May 31, 2021 CUPE stands in solidarity with Indigenous communities across Canada as they mourn the recent discovery of 215 Indigenous children buried at a mass grave site at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in BC. “This discovery is resurfacing the pain and suffering experienced by those who attended residential schools and their families, and our hearts [...]

May 31st, 2021|CUPE Bulletin|

Toronto Community Housing Corporation workers aim to improve quality of life for 110,000 tenants

May 12, 2021 Willowridge Towers is an apartment complex consisting of three apartment buildings one of which is owned by Toronto Community Housing. It is located in the Richview neighbourhood in Etobicoke. Photo by Ashton Emanuel. Social housing workers represented by the CUPE 79 are at the bargaining table to improve housing conditions for more than 110,000 residents at Toronto [...]

May 18th, 2021|CUPE Bulletin|

Back-to-work legislation at the Port of Montreal is an affront to all workers in the country

  The proposed back-to-work legislation for Montreal longshore workers is an affront to all workers in the country. The Maritime Employers’ Association is largely responsible for the strike at the port and the impact it could have on the Quebec economy, but the employees are paying the price. “The MEA refused to negotiate and resorted to various tactics [...]

April 29th, 2021|CUPE Bulletin|

Brochure: Choose CUPE

In CUPE the members are in charge. Each CUPE local decides its priorities for bargaining, when to settle a new contract, and how to manage funds. CUPE’s strength comes from individual members working toward common goals. Together we maintain and improve wages and benefits, improve health and safety conditions, and make your workplace better. Download the brochure and read more about: Our strength Our services Collective agreements [...]

April 22nd, 2021|CUPE Bulletin|