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Resolution No. 81 Submitted by 1263, 2977, 9102 CUPE Ontario will: Urge the provincial government to include the cost of Continuous Glucose Monitoring Devices (CGMD) in the Assistive Devices Program, for children diagnosed with diabetes, who have received that recommendation...
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To All Bethesda Employees in St. Catharines, We have seen the letter sent to you regarding disturbing assertions made about supposed threats to coerce people to sign Union cards. These are disturbing assertions indeed, as this has never been a...
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Better The Devil You Know Than The Devil You Don’t What’s at Stake Our sly, unknown devil here is noise because it causes a host of health problems, with painless symptoms that help them progress unnoticed until it is too...
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A message from CUPE Ontario. On June 1, the Ontario government introduced Bill 148: Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act 2017. These changes are the culmination of years of mobilizing and lobbying among union members, worker advocates, anti-poverty activists, faith leaders...
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Dear Member of the Fly Rd. Unit, Once again our employer is not taking our demands seriously at the bargaining table. Our collective agreement for Fly Rd. expired on March 31, 2016. In preparation for negotiating our new collective agreement,...
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Resolution #1: CUPE Ontario will: Urge the provincial government to include the cost of Continuous Glucose Monitoring Devices in the Assistive Devices Program, for children diagnosed with diabetes, who have received that recommendation from their endocrinologist. CGM’s measure the blood...
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We had 4 days of bargaining in May and have settled some Issues. There are mostly monetary items left to discuss and we go back to the table on June 26, 2017....
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Base funding tor community living agencies in Ontario has been frozen for the past seven years. The results? Over 12,000 people on wait lists for residential placements; cuts to programs and services’ and agencies that can’t afford to increase staffing....
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Interesting read folks… Guess what?  Niagara has the 3rd highest living wage across the province.  (Trailing behind Toronto and Peterborough) It costs $17.47 an hour in Niagara for real local living costs, and this wage is what is required to...
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