Region 1 Conference in New Jersey Well Attended

A delegation of 19 members were in attendance at the Region 1 Conference out of an approximate 120 total participants. Marie Clarke-Walker, Isabelle Miller, Holmann Richard, and Chris Wilson were all speakers/panellists bringing the Canadian perspective to the Women’s, Men’s, and Strategy sections of the conference. Yolanda McLean and Megan Whitfield assisted newly-acclaimed first-ever female Read more about Region 1 Conference in New Jersey Well Attended[…]

Message from CUPE 4400 Regarding School Board Ads

Media attention has been focused on the education system recently with talks of legislation and instability in the sector. CUPE members want people to know that they are there for the students who rely on them and that they will ensure schools keep running efficiently in the fall and throughout the school year. To listen Read more about Message from CUPE 4400 Regarding School Board Ads[…]

New Region 1 Logo Submitted for a Vote

One of our members, Liam Joseph, has submitted a new Region 1 logo design to the Region’s officers for approval. The design is a little more consistent with our Chapter’s new logo that debuted earlier this year, in an attempt to revamp the CBTU look. So far the logo received positive reviews. We’ll keep you Read more about New Region 1 Logo Submitted for a Vote[…]

WFTU Statement on South African Mine Killings

WORLD FEDERATION OF TRADE UNIONS Athens, August 17, 2012 PRESS RELEASE The World Federation of Trade Unions expresses its deepest condolences to the families of all victims at the outrageous conflict in Lonmin mine in South Africa. We are on the side of the SACP and NUM and we express our solidarity with their efforts Read more about WFTU Statement on South African Mine Killings[…]

Premiers should soundly reject Harper Government’s low-wage Schemes

It has become clear that the federal government, supported by a number of employer organizations, has a plan for transforming Canada’s labour market in ways that will profoundly hurt Canadians. It’s a four-prong strategy which includes the dramatic expansion of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP), the erosion of Employment Insurance, raising the country’s retirement Read more about Premiers should soundly reject Harper Government’s low-wage Schemes[…]