Dear members, If you have not yet purchased your tickets to our gala event then please do so and enjoy a spectacular evening!
Dear members, The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists Annual Region 1 Conference will be held August 15-18, 2019 at The Holiday Inn Toronto International Airport, Toronto, Canada. Our theme is “United for a Better Tomorrow”. Please join us by completing the registration form and return it to the address listed on the form, no later Read more about CBTU Region 1 Conference is Coming to Toronto, ON, Canada![…]
Dear members, Please join our Chapter on August 13, 2019 for our 5th Annual Golf Tournament. There are spaces left for you to book your foursome. Attached is the CBTU Annual Golf Tournament Package. If your Union, Local, or community allied organization is interested in becoming an Event Sponsor, or want to sponsor golfers, prize Read more about CBTU Canada Chapter 5th Annual Golf Tournament[…]
Friends, For your reading pleasure, please review our latest CBTU Canada Chapter Report to learn about some of the positive activities this Chapter has undertaken. This annual report will be presented at the CBTU International Convention in Atlanta later this month. We hope to see you there in great numbers.
It is with broken hearts and extreme dismay that once again the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) Canadian Chapter stands with those affected by the recent mass shootings of Muslim women, children and men in Christchurch, New Zealand. These victims were targeted by white supremacist terrorists as they prayed in their mosques. Our heartfelt Read more about CBTU Canada Statement on the Christchurch Mass Shootings[…]
Greetings CBTU Ontario Canada Chapter Members, Our next Chapter GMM will be held Thursday February 28 from 6:30 – 8:30pm at the IBEW, 1377 Lawrence Ave. East in Toronto. Please see below the CBTU General Membership Meeting Agenda – Celebrating Black History Month, and please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan to attend in person: Read more about CBTU General Membership Meeting[…]
Dear members, Please take a moment to review the updated Scholarship Directory from the Black Foundation of Community Networks (BFCN). This is a scholarship directory for students who are pursuing post-secondary undergraduate education in Canada. Although the deadline dates listed are for 2018, many of these are annual scholarships. The contact information for the organizations Read more about Updated Scholarship Directory from the Black Foundation of Community Networks (BFCN)[…]
The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) Canada stands with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) in their struggle to achieve a fair collective agreement. The outstanding issue of pay equity between the predominantly female rural suburban mail carriers (RSMC) and the predominantly male letter carriers is an issue that is close to the Read more about CBTU Statement On the Canadian Postal Labour Action[…]
The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) Canada Chapter adds its voice to those of countless others mourning the recent passing of Bromley Armstrong. A core value of CBTU Canada is to seek to “fulfill the dream of Black trade unionists, both living and deceased, who throughout our labour history in Canada have courageously and Read more about The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) Statement on the Passing of Bromley Armstrong[…]
The Coalition Of Black Trade Unionists, Ontario Canada Chapter has released our detailed post-election analysis. In summary, Doug Ford has formed a majority government but he does not speak for our community. Black votes mattered and resulted in increased representation within the legislature and helped the NDP form the opposition but it is clear that Read more about CBTU Ontario Post-Election Report[…]