Dear CBTU Members, Please see the attached Notice of Passing information regarding Sister Megan Whitfield. As we receive more information, we will be sure to pass it on. Our thoughts and prayers of strength are with the family at this time.
Dear members, If you have not yet purchased your tickets to our gala event then please do so and enjoy a spectacular evening!
The CBTU held its 45th International Convention in Washington DC from May 25 – 29, 2016. The convention was very well attended, with delegates, speakers, panelists, moderators and masters of ceremony originating from the Ontario Canada Chapter. A large number of resolutions were passed this year, some of which originated from Canada. Topics ranged from Read more about Successful CBTU 45th International Convention[…]
The CBTU Region 1 Conference will be taking place from August 15-18, 2013 in Rochester, NY, USA. Attached are the documents for registration. Please drop us a line if you have registered so we have an idea of the Canadian delegation that will be in attendance, thank you! Region 1 Conference Call & Registration Form Read more about CBTU Region 1 Conference Call: Rochester, NY, USA[…]
Dear Friends: On August 28 1963, over 200,000 people took part in The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. The march was one of the largest political rallies for human rights in United States history, and called for civil and economic rights for African Americans. It was initiated by A. Philip Randolph, the president of the Brotherhood Read more about 50th Anniversary of The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom[…]
In celebration of Black History Month racialized community and labour organizations (Workers of Colour Caucus – OPSEU, Racially Visible Committee – PSAC, Latin American Trade Unionists Coalition – LATUC, Asian Canadian Labour Alliance – ACLC, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists – CBTA & the Ontario Federation of Labour) are co-sponsoring an event titled “Where is Read more about Where’s Our Obama – Black History Month Event[…]