Stop C-51

<p>CUPE is voicing strong opposition to Bill C-51, <em>the Anti-Terrorism Act</em>, and the threats to the civil liberties and democratic freedoms of all people living in Canada the proposed law poses.</p>
<p>Bill C-51 is a profound threat to all our freedoms, particularly to those who oppose the federal Conservative government, such as trade union activists and our allies in civil society.</p>

Stop C-51

<p style="font-size: 15.1999998092651px; line-height: 23.5599994659424px;">CUPE&nbsp;is voicing strong opposition to Bill C-51,&nbsp;<em>the Anti-Terrorism Act</em>, and the threats to the civil liberties and democratic freedoms of all people living in Canada the proposed law poses.</p>

Highland Shores CAS workers stand up for services for vulnerable children and families

<p><strong>COBOURG/</strong><strong>BELLEVILLE, ON</strong> – This afternoon, workers from Highland Shores Children’s Aid Society (CAS) will take to the streets of Cobourg and Belleville, calling on the Board of Directors for the region’s child protection agency to protect services for children and families at risk by negotiating a fair first collective agreement with its workers.</p>

Fact Sheet: Bill C-51

<p>On January 30, 2015, the government of Canada tabled Bill C-51, the <em>Anti-Terrorism Act</em>, 2015.&nbsp;The government is currently attempting to rush this Bill through Parliament without fulsome debate on this controversial piece of legislation.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>

Wexford Residence staff stage info session outside facility to highlight continuing cuts to hours of care

<p><em>Members of CUPE 3791 and their supporters take message of ‘We Take the Time to Care’ to public outside Scarborough care facility</em></p>
<p><strong>TORONTO</strong> – Faced with continuing cuts to hours of care for residents, staff at the Wexford Residence, today, staged a public information session outside the Scarborough long-term care facility.</p>

Wexford Residence staff stage info session outside facility to highlight continuing cuts to hours of care

<p><em>Members of CUPE 3791 and their supporters take message of ‘We Take the Time to Care’ to public outside Scarborough care facility</em></p>
<p><strong>TORONTO</strong> – Faced with continuing cuts to hours of care for residents, staff at the Wexford Residence, today, staged a public information session outside the Scarborough long-term care facility.</p>

Ottawa CUPE District Council Weeklong Spring School

<p><strong>IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR WEEKLONG SCHOOL 2015:</strong></p>
<p>Class sizes are limited, therefore registration is on a first come, first served basis. Please note: In order to be fair to all members, registration fee must follow online registration promptly, in order to maintain your spot.</p>
<p>Course payment may be done by cheque and payable to the Ottawa CUPE Council and mailed to:<br />
Martine Busque<br />
CUPE Ottawa Area Office<br />
1378 Triole Street</p>

CUPE Alberta Re-elects President Marle Roberts

<p>Delegates to CUPE Alberta’s provincial convention today re-elected President Marle Roberts for her third successive term.</p>
<p>“I am honoured and humbled by the confidence our members have shown in me,” Roberts said. “We’ve fought together to save our public pensions and I’m glad to lead CUPE Alberta into the next round of negotiations with the province.”</p>
<p>Roberts was acclaimed to her position.</p>

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