A Hospital wide email was distributed today regarding the “misuse of Hospital benefits plan” and benefits...
Join us for the Labour Day parade on Monday, September 2nd, 2019. We will start lining up at 10:00AM on Stuart Street (at Bay St.) facing East. Parade begins at 10:30am Sharp.
During this nursing week and throughout the year the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (OCHU) is immensely proud of the commitment, skills and compassion of registered practical nurses (RPNs).
The Dates of the CUPE Local 786 Membership Meetings for the remainder of the 2019 are as follows: February 5th 2019 - CHANGE OF LOCATION March 5th 2019 April 2nd 2019 May 7th 2019 June 4th 2019 NO MEETING July 2nd 2019 as per by-laws NO MEETING August 6th 2019 as per by-laws September [...]
Election Results from January 22nd Meeting
The Canadian Union of Public Employees strongly condemns the Ford government’s introduction of back-to-work legislation against members of the Ontario Power Workers Union (CUPE Local 1000). “These workers have not even gone on strike yet, but the Ford government is already laying the groundwork to deny them their rights and bail out their employer [...]
CUPE is concerned the federal government’s plans to encourage private lending to social and community groups will open the door to privatization of vital services . The federal government’s Fall economic update announced $755 million over 10 years in seed funding for “social financing” to charities, non-profit groups and other organizations serving a social purpose. [...]
On December 18, CUPE stands in solidarity with people around the world who have been forced to leave their homes in search of safety, security and a life where basic human and labour rights are respected. International Migrants Day is a day to renew our collective work to build a better world, a world where everyone [...]
CUPE came out in strong support of postal workers who’ve been forced back to work, rallying in defence of their right to strike and for free collective bargaining at the Canada Post annual public meeting. Members of CUPE’s National Executive Board joined postal workers and their allies outside the meeting at Canada Post headquarters in Ottawa. [...]
Over the past thirty years, universities and colleges have increasingly turned to precarious forms of employment. Faculty and support staff are increasingly being hired on short-term, temporary, and casual contracts, rather than in permanent, secure positions. More and more positions are being contracted out to employers who pay low wages and don’t offer [...]