Discussions about the economy shouldn’t be dominated by banks and corporations. Join the conversation about how the economy can work for Canadian workers, our families, and our communities.CUPE’s Communications department is launching a series of economic education videos called Popular Economics.
The CLC Ontario Region Women's School will take place July 13-18 at the UNIFOR Family Education Centre in Port Elgin. This is a wonderful opportunity for women to network with sisters from other unions, to become more effective leaders and to prepare to take on new challenges. Learn more about the school here.
Scholarships commemorating many CUPE Ontario activists and staff are awarded under the umbrella of the Bev Smale Scholarship Fund. The scolarships are intended to help members access CUPE Educational programs. Find out about how to apply for a scholarship to assist workers in pursuing educational opportunities.
Some politicians want to undermine your ability to bargain collectively by taking away your union’s right to collect dues from all members, or by stopping us from taking political action. Our action helps create laws that benefit working people, and if the politicians succeed, everyone will be worse off. Visit the Union for Fairness website to get more information.
If you are looking for a workshop or planning education for the upcoming year, you can access the information here. The program calender for the period between September 1, 2012 to August 31, 2013 is now available along with registration information.
Learn how you can earn a Certificate of Studies with the Mohawk Community College Labour Studies Program. You can get credit for workshops you have taken through CUPE towards the program.
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