We will continue to communicate with you about our progress and provide email updates, newsletters and we will also be available on the CUPE 966 website at cupe966.com bargaining news. On May 14, 15 and 28, we met with our employer to negotiate our local proposals. Negotiations will begin at the central table on Monday, June 4, with 6 of our CUPE LHIN negotiating groups. There is a consensus on the consideration of local proposals that have not been agreed at the central table. cupe.on.ca/stop-home-care-and-hospital-privatization/ alternatively, you can contact your staff representative or the nearest regional office to get a copy of your collective agreement. Here is a list of all the regional offices. Sarah Jordison CUPE Communications 416-578-5638 www.cupe.on.ca OPSEU represents workers in too many collective agreement units to provide copies of collective agreements for individual employers on the site. If you can`t find your collective agreement on this page, you can search for it in our private sector – the membership portal. Please log on to the members` portal to verify that your collective agreement has been published for you. OpsEU regularly receives applications from members covered by collective agreements across the province to obtain copies of their central contract. The following six links provide easy access and allow you to download a copy of your collective agreement in Adobe format. Let`s make June 21 a national holiday. Sign the NDP petition.
Read the final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and think about how to support calls to action. Invite a speaker to your next meeting to talk about truth and reconciliation. Ask for CUPE`s indigéous Awareness workshop and our human rights course. Make employment equity a negotiating priority. Make sure you have a job that welcomes Aboriginal workers by building a collective language that meets their needs. Recognize Aboriginal territory in all your meetings and partner with local Aboriginal communities and organizations. Encourage and encourage Aboriginal events and representation of interests. Every major Canadian health care report since Justice Hall has called for a comprehensive pharmaceutical care program.
The agreement is that it would improve public health while reducing the cost of drugs. He would do for the drugs what Medicare did for the rest of the health care. We know how to oppose austerity. We did it under the Liberals and we will do it with Doug Ford and his Conservatives. This time we are better prepared than ever and together we will win. At our 2017 National Convention, cupE members passed a resolution calling on the federal government to recognize and honour Aboriginal peoples living in Canada by making National Aboriginal Day a national holiday. As part of our ongoing efforts to promote reconciliation in our workplaces and communities, we encourage all members to support this call and participate in celebrations throughout the county. Tuesday, January 16, 2017, NE LHIN launched its opioid strategy at a meeting of its Regional Advisory Council on Mental Health and Addiction, which played an important role in developing the strategy and will work with the Opioid Task Forces in the Northeastern sub-regions of LHIN – Algoma, Sudbury/Parry Sound/Manitoulin, Cochrane, James and Hudson Bay Coast and Nipissing/Temiskaming.