Contract faculty ratify collective agreement with University of Toronto

<p><em>As Unit 3 settles, CUPE 3902 calls on U of T administration to “sit down and get the job done with Unit 1”</em></p>
<p><strong>TORONTO</strong> – Contract faculty at the University of Toronto, members of Unit 3, Local 3902 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE 3902-3) have ratified a new three-year collective agreement.</p>
<p>Voting took place from March 2 to March 10, with 76.8 per cent of those casting ballots voting in favour of accepting the agreement.</p>

NEB resolution: Conservative spy bill threat to civil liberties and democratic freedom

<p>CUPE is voicing strong opposition to Bill C-51 and the threats to the civil liberties and democratic freedoms of all people living in Canada the proposed law poses.</p>
<p>CUPE’s National Executive Board passed a resolution pledging to work with the NDP and civil societies in opposing th<a name="_GoBack"></a>e Bill, and to reach out to communities and organizations that are made vulnerable by the Bill.</p>

Will Brock University invest in their own workers or cause a service disruption?

<p align="left">Front-line Brock University workers, represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), are urging Brock’s administration to invest in their English as a Second Language (ESL) instructors, as both parties head back to the bargaining table on Saturday, March 14, to avert a service disruption which could happen as early as 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, March 17.</p>

Contract faculty ratify collective agreement with University of Toronto

<p><em>As Unit 3 settles, CUPE 3902 calls on U of T administration to “sit down and get the job done with Unit 1”</em></p>
<p><strong>TORONTO</strong> – Contract faculty at the University of Toronto, members of Unit 3, Local 3902 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE 3902-3) have ratified a new three-year collective agreement.</p>
<p>Voting took place from March 2 to March 10, with 76.8 per cent of those casting ballots voting in favour of accepting the agreement.</p>

Province must fix funding formula, stop cuts to classrooms

<p><strong>TORONTO</strong>&nbsp;– A vote tonight on cutting special education supports at the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) highlights a province-wide funding crisis facing our schools. The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Ontario is calling on the Minister of Education to take immediate steps to fix the funding formula and prevent cuts that will harm at-risk students.</p>

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