DID YOU REGISTER TO VOTE?

 

 

TORONTO LOCAL RECOMMENDS TO VOTE NO

 

Sisters and Brothers:

 

We are asking that our newly hired members and Temporary workers register to vote at cupw.ca/en/member-contact-information-form or [email protected] so that they can vote on the extended collective agreement that has been voted on with a recommendation to vote yes by the National Executive Board.  THE TORONTO LOCAL EXECUTIVE RECOMMEND A NO VOTE.

It is important that you vote.  There is nothing in the MOA for temporary workers, the Local has put in demands for staffing as an example that if a part time or temporary workers are working 8 hours for an extended period of time that the Corporation would reclassify the job and create part time or full time positions.

                        

We have demands in for the two tier pay system so that our new members and our temporary workers do not have to wait for 7 years to reach the top rate of the classifications.  This is so that we have equal pay for equal work.

 

The Local believes that if we go on to start negotiations we can achieve some of the language in the demands submitted by our members to protect our workers and create more jobs.  The demands meetings were healthy discussions on the issues facing workers in Toronto.

 

If the Membership does not vote it will be like voting yes, every vote counts!  If you as members want to protect the rights that you have, and achieve better rights under the contract we have to negotiate.  A two year extension is too long.

Register to vote today, the deadline in August 3rd, listen to the debate and let your voice be heard.

We are proud to stand with our new members and temporary workers as they are being ignored in the tentative agreement.

 

In Solidarity

 

Qaiser Maroof

Toronto Local President

CUPW 626

July 30, 2021

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Sisters, Brothers, Siblings:

The demands the corporation has put in for Variable Work Week, No Route Ownership, Permanent Flexible Employee’s and major restructuring of letter carrier work are pathetic.

It is time to get ready to stand up in Solidarity and fight! The Toronto Local is strongly opposed to management’s shenanigans and are preparing to battle.  Feet on the street is the only way to win with this employer, the longer the line the shorter the strike.  We need to stop attacking each other and focus on attacking the boss. 

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On March 28,2024 ,Sister Eileen Moore retired . Toronto Local wants to thank Sister Eileen for her almost 35 years of service and for her hard work. Thank you , we appreciate all the good work and service.
In Solidarity,
Abdi Hagi Yusuf
Secretary-Treasurer
CUPW, Toronto Local
(416)241-0189

 

METRO TORONTO WOMEN’S RETREAT

MAY 24TH THROUGH MAY 26th 2024 

 Applications are due back to the Region by:

April 10th, 2024

The Metro Toronto Region is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the upcoming Women’s Retreat being offered at the:

DEERHURST RESORT, Muskoka

 

We will be exploring many issues as well as celebrating our strengths!

 

Please note that members on WSIB or STDP are not eligible to apply.  

 

Also please note that members who previously attended the women’s retreat in November 2022 will NOT be eligible to attend.

 

Please ensure that you complete a legible application form and return it by FAX to the Metro Toronto Region by, Wednesday April 10, 2024.

 

We look forward to hearing from you.

In Solidarity

 

Bonnie Pollard                                                 Joanne Leader

Regional Union Representative                          Regional Grievance Officer

Metro Toronto Region                                       Metro Toronto Region

CUPW                                                             CUPW

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