Your Site Representative is a CUPE member who has volunteered to be the contact person – or site rep – for their worksite’s staff. The site rep is there to support you and answer your general questions about our contract, benefits, vacation, or sick time. f you need to speak with the union office, your president or the chief shop steward, a shop steward or an executive member, they can help you with that, too. Keep in mind that site reps are not shop stewards and cannot represent you at any meetings with your administrators or managers.
The Municipal Pension Board of Trustees is currently considering changes to the post-retirement benefits plan, and they want to hear from you.
MPP would like to hear from members about the post-retirement benefits that matter most to them and why. Please fill in the online survey about what matters most to you, so MPP can include your feedback in our decision-making. November 15 is the deadline.
Click "read more' for the link to the survey page:
CUPE 1091 Bylaws are available as a pdf which would may be downloaded by clicking on the attachment.
Here is a fact sheet regarding wage loss benefits for workers aged 63 and over. While benefits may not end at age 65, Worksafe does require some proof of intent to continue working past age 65 for benefits to continue.
For details, go to Worksafe
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General Membership meetingSaturday, January 18, 2020 - 9:30amDMEC Brainstorm Room
General Membership meetingSaturday, February 22, 2020 - 9:30amND Library