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He was a pioneer trade unionist and longtime research director of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE).
Report on CUPE's national health and safety survey of aggression against staff.
While the churches were working out an agreement last summer on how KAIROS would be organized, a half-dozen program and support staff approached the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) to represent them.
The report, which was endorsed by Canadian PSI affiliates CUPE, NTJPGE, PSAC and SEIU, expresses a concern with the protection of public services.
Fearing that water treatment and distribution systems in Canada may soon resemble the poorly managed high-cost private water systems in Britain and France, the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) wants municipalities to invest $100 billion to maintain and upgrade water systems, said Judy Darcy, national president of the CUPE.
Dawn Bellerose, newly-elected Aboriginal representative on the executive board of CUPE, said she was honored to stand in solidarity with the people of Grassy Narrows.
For the past few years, activists from across five unions: Unifor (formerly CAW); 1AM, CUPE, Teamsters and PSAC-CIU have been collaborating across their sometimes all-too-stuffy organizational borders to create an inter-union workers assembly, concretized in a Solidarity Pact.
"I am pleased that Sunwing and CUPE worked together to reach a new agreement," said Minister Raitt.
The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) on Friday said it rejects any suggestion that it has been bargaining with Air Canada in bad faith.