Local 966 News 2014

  • December 17, 2014 - Bargaining Charts
    Follow the progression of Bargaining with this interactive chart! “Right To Strike Units”

    BARGAINING CHART
    Bargaining Chart for the Long Term Care Units

    BARGAINING PROCESS CHART LONG TERM CARE
  • November 16, 2014 - Peel District CUPE Council!
    The Local is affiliated to the Peel District CUPE Council and it’s eight thousand members.

    The Meetings of Peel District CUPE Council are open to everyone and we encourage members to attend. You can visit the Peel CUPE Council website at the following link: http://www.pdcc9130.ca/
  • July 6, 2014 - Stand Up for Fairness
    The gains made through bargaining benefit all Canadians. Unions help create fairness and speak up for the rights of all Canadian workers. But our ability to do our job is being threatened by Liberal and Conservative legislation. You can help protect your rights by getting involved in your union. The first step is to sign your CUPE pledge card.

    Every gain CUPE and other unions make have a ripple effect on the rights of other workers. Unions work hand in hand with others in political arenas to bring about positive change, including human rights laws, public education, universal health care, the Canada Pension Plan, social assistance and unemployment insurance.

    Our members and our union are strong advocates for the public services we all rely on. Good union jobs contribute to the economic well-being of your family and your community. Union gains have brought all workers:

    -The 40-hour work week
    -Parental leave
    -Vacations
    -Health and safety laws

    Do you believe in the importance of having the right to Collectively Bargain? Are you interested in helping us strengthen CUPE 966 by engaging our own members? Please email cupe966info@gmail.com if you would like to participate in our Stand Up for Fairness Campaign.

    For more information on the campaign, go to standupforfairness.ca
  • June 4, 2014 - Minimum Wage Went Up?
    Most people don’t realize that the Ontario minimum wage went up on June 1st by a meagre 75 cents after four years of freeze. The new rate is $11 and hour, leaving minimum wage earners far below the poverty line. Oh, and it’s still less for students and servers. The fight for $14 will continue – check it out at www.raisetheminimumwage.ca

    Meanwhile, in Chicago, a motion to create a $15 Minimum Wage has just been filed by 21 of the city’s 45 Council members…
  • February 12, 2014 - Pay Equity News
    Pay equity meeting took place on February 6th, 2014.

    Please read the communication below in regards to the last update on pay equity.

    Pay Equity Communication Feb 12 2014

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