agenda and log in displayed on the events calendar Minutes from the January 16, 2021 General Membership Meeting will be available 2 hours prior to the meeting on Teams.
Every year, on April 28, we pause to recognize workers who have been killed or injured on the job. The Day of Mourning, created by CUPE members and first observed in 1984, is recognized by workers in communities across Canada and in more than 100 countries worldwide. No one should die because of their work,
Please see the message about The day of mourning on April 28. This day is set aside to remember workers that have died on the job. Especially during this time of covid, where we have lost 10 CUPE members across the province. Please take action. Wear black, take a moment of silence, send a
Across Ontario, community mental health and addictions supports are vastly underfunded. COVID-19 had made the mental health and addictions crisis in Ontario all the more prevalent, emphasizing the dire need for our government to re-think the way it funds and prioritizes mental health and addictions prevention and early intervention. Long-term funding is needed now to
President Erin Hurford has sent an email to your CUPE email April 18, 2021 @ 1:30 pm.
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