Union solidarity depends on good communication. An informed membership is a powerful tool for our locals. That’s why the work of our communicators is so important. Whether it’s maintaining and updating their local’s website, designing and distributing a newsletter, or taking pictures at a local event, these members are crucial to making our union work.
We had a lot of entries this year, and our judges had a tough time making decisions with so many quality entries. We want to thank all locals who participated. Below is the full list of winners and honorable mentions.
Best local campaign
CUPE 416 (ON): “Kicked to the curb”
CUPE 1989 (ON): “Fair contract for Mississauga library workers”
CUPE 146 (ON): “It’s our home”
CUPE 957 (QC): “50 ans d’histoire”
CUPE 429 (QC): “Je m’appelle Marie-Lucie Yoakim”
Best overall content
CUPE BC: “The Public Employee”
CUPE 375 (QC): “Sur les quais”
CUPE 1253 (NB): “I love public services” – photo by Brien Watson
CUPE 1339 (ON): “Time to care” – photo by Amanda Farrow-Giroux
Best use of social media
CUPE 728 (BC)
CUPE 9112 (ON)