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Participate in the 2020 Long-Term Care Workers’ Survey

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Make your voice heard! The CUPE-supported 2020 Long-Term Care Workers’ Survey will improve knowledge about long-term care (LTC) work in Canada by exploring the experiences of all those who do paid work in LTC homes. You can help researchers understand LTC work and working conditions in our province by completing this 30-minute survey. Participation is completely voluntary and all information …

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Member update: 2020 Newfoundland and Labrador Fiscal Update

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Today, the provincial government released the 2020 Fiscal Update and, as expected, Newfoundlanders and Labradorians are facing tough times, as are many across the country. COVID-19 and falling oil prices this year have made the situation even more difficult. As predicted, we are burdened by heavy interest payments for major projects that have added to the deficit and most are …

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CUPE NL mourns passing of Debra Nichol

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CUPE Newfoundland Labrador is sad to announce the passing of sister Debra Nichol on June 11, 2020. Debbie was a well-respected and active member of CUPE 2329 and a library worker for more than 25 years. She was also a trustee for CUPE Newfoundland Labrador and sat on a number of national union committees. She will be dearly missed. Rest …

Mount Pearl municipal workers advocate for workplaces free from harassment and prejudice

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New radio ad on VOCM, K-Rock and HITSFM, beginning June 9. A message from the Mount Pearl Municipal Workers Union. As a union, we advocate for a healthy, stress-free, respectful and inclusive workplace for all employees free from any forms of intimidation, harassment, or prejudice. We recognize that these have been stressful, uncertain times for everyone and as we return …

CUPE Submission to the Newfoundland and Labrador Minister of Finance Pre-budget Consultation 2020

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People in Newfoundland and Labrador are discouraged by this government’s focus on balancing the budget. The real crisis facing the province is not how to balance the books, but how to stop rising unemployment. The unemployment rate in Newfoundland Labrador is “officially” 12.1%, more than twice the Canadian average. The real rate – counting people who are involuntarily working part-time, …

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Listen to the radio ad: A Labour Day message from CUPE NL President Sherry Hillier

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In the lead up to Labour Day, CUPE Newfoundland Labrador will be running a radio ad on stations across the province. The ad will run for four days, from August 30 to September 2, 2019. Also, here’s a list of Labour Day events taking place across the province:  Listen to the ad

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Letter from Kyungkyu Yang of the Korean Public Service and Transport Workers’ Union

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The following letter is from Kyungkyu Yang, KPTU Education Center ‘Wum’ Director and KPTU Advisor, to the members of CUPE Newfoundland Labrador. He was a special guest speaker at CUPE NL’s first-ever Global Justice Conference held in May 2019.  Download a copy of the letter from KPTU. Learn more about the Korean Public Service and Transport Workers’ Union at .  

JES Classification Appeal

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The following notice is to update CUPE members about the JES classification appeal. If you have any questions, please your Local and CUPE staff representative. Our records indicate that you wish to appeal the decision of Classification and Organizational Design Division with respect to the Review of your position. Please ensure you read all of the email below as the process has …

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New radio ad: Pharmacare – Let’s get it right

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Starting today until September 3, CUPE Newfoundland Labrador will be running a new radio to amplify the call for universal, single-payer prescription drug coverage for everyone in Canada. Universal pharmacare is the only way to provide prescription drug coverage that doesn’t leave anyone behind. Voiceover for the ad, which will air province-wide, was done by CUPE Newfoundland Labrador President Sherry Hillier. “Many …