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CUPE (the Canadian Union of Public Employees) represents Air Canada's approximately 6,700 flight attendants.
CUPE 825 represents approximately 275 inside, outside and library workers who provide quality public services to their community including library services, road maintenance, water and wastewater operations, parks and recreation services, waste and recycling collection, bylaw enforcement and City Hall clerical support.
The airline has so far failed to reach an agreement with CUPE, which represents around 6,700 flight attendants, on a collective agreement extension.
CUPE said it has sent a letter to Air Canada asking it to return to the bargaining table and so far the airline has yet to respond.
Tom Graham, president of Saskatchewan CUPE, said the program, which was established more than 10 years ago, created jobs and provided training for Aboriginal people.
Representatives of the Treaty 8 and Treaty 6 First Nations attended along with CUPE Alberta, Treaty Alberta Union of Provincial Employees, Public Interest Alberta, Sierra Club, the Environmental Law Centre, the Parkland Institute and members of landowner and surface rights groups.
The Legislative Assembly, which had been adjourned to March 11, 2008, was recalled to consider back-to-work legislation for striking CUPE workers on February 13, 2008.
I don't belong to the Conservative party myself, but I'm sure there are members who are appalled by the thought that you belong--especially after you publicly endorsed NDP candidate and CUPE union leader Sid Ryan on his brochure a few years ago.
CUPE, CAW, CLC and CUPW all have coverage of such surgery written into their benefits package.
Child Care at the Crossroads: The case for building a public system in Nova Scotia Halifax, CUPE Research.
CUPE was willing to provide the benefits but was precluded from doing so by regulations under the Income Tax Act which defined "spouse" for the purpose of determining eligibility for the benefits.
CUPE argues that workfare is designed - by those who will never be affected by it - for the insecure work world of the 1990s.