CUPE National

CUPE's Provincial Council for Communications (CPSC) is asking the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to drop an exemption order for digital media broadcasting undertakings. “The CRTC has the power to act swiftly and put a stop to the preferential treatment internet giants are receiving from the federal government. We have [...]
Fri, Feb 16, 2018
Source: CUPE National
School board support staff voice concerns about restructuring of the Nova Scotia education system
“Support staff in schools across Nova Scotia are concerned that restructuring school boards will create unstable labour relations, much like what we've seen happen to our health care system,” says Nan McFadgen, president of CUPE Nova Scotia. “They feel this will also negatively impact quality of education for students.” “Any restructuring [...]
Thu, Feb 15, 2018
Source: CUPE National
Play CUPE's word search game! Available in English and French just in time for Black History Month. How to use: Printed: Print the PDF, use a pen or pencil to circle the words you find. Computer or tablet: Open in your PDF viewer and use the editing tools to circle the words. [...]
Wed, Feb 14, 2018
Source: CUPE National
Africville was a Black community in Halifax that was bulldozed in the 1960s in the name of urban renewal and integration. You can see the whole story as told by the National Film Board. [...]
Wed, Feb 14, 2018
Source: CUPE National
Africville was a Black community in Halifax that was bulldozed in the 1960s in the name of urban renewal and integration. You can see the whole story as told by the National Film Board. [...]
Wed, Feb 14, 2018
Source: CUPE National
On this page, you'll find some learning resources on Black History Month – including ways for you to get more involved in fighting anti-Black racism and all discrimination. Every February, CUPE celebrates Black History Month (also known as African Heritage Month) when we pause to reflect on the efforts of the [...]
Wed, Feb 14, 2018
Source: CUPE National
The last of three general meetings was held last Monday to ratify the tentative agreement reached last February 2 between the Journal de Québec and three of its bargaining units. The office union voted 93 per cent in favour, as did the press room (78 per cent) and editorial staff [...]
Wed, Feb 14, 2018
Source: CUPE National
RCMP telecom operators and intercept monitor analysts have voted to join CUPE, according to the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board (FSLREB). The results of the representation vote were not disclosed, but the FPSLREB expects to formally certify CUPE in mid-March. The new bargaining unit includes close to [...]
Wed, Feb 14, 2018
Source: CUPE National
More than one month following a threatened lockout by TVA Rimouski, talks between the parties resumed early in the year. After a few meetings, the company offered a partial catch-up wage increase in an attempt to arrive at a final settlement. This offer resulted in a tentative agreement being reached. [...]
Wed, Feb 14, 2018
Source: CUPE National
“Thursday's announcement shows that the Trainsparence coalition, which cited poorly designed routes, technology unsuited for the sectors concerned, unrealistic technical challenges, a flagrant lack of transparency and a topsy-turvy schedule, was right from the outset,” exclaimed Laurent Howe, one of the spokespersons for the Trainsparence coalition. The Trainsparence coalition acknowledges its [...]
Wed, Feb 14, 2018
Source: CUPE National