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Information Session 1 & 2

Information Session 1


Tuesday, September 1st-2015

Time: 6 p.m.

Location: Royal Canadian Legion Branch 11

9 Dawes Road near Main Subway Station


Agenda


Welcome

Equality Statement

Chair/Strike Committee Update

OSBCC Video Presentation

Guest Speaker: Terri Preston, Chair/ Ontario School Board Coordinating Committee

Unit Sector Updates Re: Potential Job Action

Adjournment


Information Session 2


Wednesday, September 2nd-2015

Time:  6 p.m.

Location: Royal Canadian Legion Branch 266

3591 Dundas Street West near Jane Street


Agenda


Welcome

Equality Statement

Chair/Strike Committee Update

OSBCC Video Presentation

Guest Speaker: Jim Morrison CUPE National Rep/School Board Sector

Unit Sector Updates Re: Potential Job Action

Adjournment

 

Robo Call #2 (August 24th 2015)

ROBO CALL
Greetings Sister or Brother, this is Lina Naccarato, President of CUPE Local 1328 located at 209 Sheppard Avenue E in Toronto. Our Union Office number is 416 512-9493

This message is for the CUPE Local 1328 member in your household.

CUPE who represents 55,000 Education Workers in Ontario's schools have requested a no-board report POTENTIALLY putting its members across the province in a legal strike position for the first week of school.

At this time, our 1328 Strike Committee has organized two Information sessions to provide our members with further details.

Any POTENTIAL work to rule information MAY also be provided.


The dates and locations are as follows:

Date: Tuesday, September 1st-2015
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: Royal Canadian Legion Branch 11
9 Dawes Road near Main Subway Station

Date: Wednesday September 2nd-2015
Time:  6 p.m.
Location: Royal Canadian Legion Branch 266
3591 Dundas Street West near Jane Street

Please try to attend ONE of these sessions.

CUPE Local 1328 is in a state of readiness in the event of any possible job action.

If you missed any part of this broadcast it will be posted on our website.  If you cannot attend one of these information sessions, any pertinent up to date information can be found on our website at  www.cupelocal1328.ca  and we will also continue to send you information via email.

To repeat this entire message, please press 8.  To remove yourself from this calling list, please press 9.

Thank you for your continued support and we hope to see you soon.

 

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  • NDP completely onside with flight attendant demands

    CUPE’s Political Action Committee is working hard to turn out the flight attendant vote on October 19. As federally regulated workers, government policy directly affects our health and safety, and bargaining rights. 

    Recently, we sent a questionnaire to all the major parties asking them if they would scrap regulations and laws that are detrimental to us, and implement beneficial new ones like an affordable national child care program. The NDP, Green Party and Liberals have now responded. Despite our many attempts to reach them, the CPC and Bloc have not.

    Before you vote, assess which party most strongly supports our interests, especially on the commitment to scrapping the 1:50 flight attendant ratio.

    Here is our analysis of what each of the three respondents had to say:

    New Democratic Party (NDP)

    The NDP has answered “yes” to all questions, including  scrapping 1:50 – without conditions. During the Harper government we have worked closely with our allies in the party, especially Hoang Mai and Mike Sullivan who are members on the Standing Committee for Transportation, Infrastructure and Communities. Both Hoang and Mike were the only Members of Parliament who took the time to show up at the May 22, 2014 Transport Canada meeting about 1:50, and strongly condemned TC for proposing to change the regulation. We think an NDP government is our best bet for scrapping 1:50.

    Liberal Party                              

    Most of the Liberal Party’s answers were nuanced with various conditions. On scrapping 1:50, for example, the devil is in the details. They would scrap 1:50 after consultation “with stakeholders and experts”. During the Harper government, CUPE’s expert research showing that 1:50 does not provide an equivalent level of safety to 1:40 has been ignored. More consultation is not a promise to scrap 1:50.

    Green Party

    Like the NDP, the Green Party seemed pretty unequivocal in scrapping 1:50. Though they won’t be able to scrap the legislation since they can’t form government, they will keep advocating for its reversal.

  • Christmas in July doesn’t fly for Canadian parents

    Soon after the Conservatives issued the Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB) cheques this past July, the word was out that the UCCB was neither an effective way to help parents, nor a boon to stimulate the economy.

    Sure, a parent earning $50,000 with one child under age six received an extra $720 from the UCCB, but over 30 per cent of it will be clawed back as taxes in March. When some families pay more for child care than for their rent or mortgage, the $3 billion spent on UCCB doesn’t offer much help. In fact, in a recent Forum Research poll, two thirds of respondents felt UCCB cheques were nothing more than an election ploy to buy votes.

    Instead the NDP has a plan to create one million affordable child care spaces for $15 per day. Now that’s a program that will help Canadian families. It stimulates the economy by allowing more parents to join the workforce, and is great for children, their families, and the community.

  • CUPE takes part in Montreal Pride 2015

    montreal pride 2015CUPE Quebec’s pink triangle committee, as well as CUPE members and elected leaders participated in Montréal Pride festivities this past weekend. At the annual pride parade, Paul Moist, Charles Fleury and Lucie Levasseur, president of CUPE Quebec, marched alongside many labour activists.

    Montréal Pride is the largest LGBT gathering in the francophonie. The festival’s programming had 3 components: community and human rights, cultural, and festive. On Tuesday, August 11, festival-goers were able to attend the festival’s first ever major concert for world peace.

    For the fourth consecutive year, the theme of the Pride Parade was inspired by the rainbow flag; this year’s colour was yellow, symbolizing the sun, energy and light. Pride Montréal asked all those participating in the parade to express the colour in original ways: sun, brightness, light, sparks, energy and pride.

  • Order Fairness materials

    Order online your Fairness – Federal Election 2015 conversation support kits to assist the communicators/local executive/stewards who are reaching out to the members and initiating election conversations.

    Click on the links below to order any of the following materials