Wages, inflation, the cost of housing and education, investment in public services – these are some of the economic issues that matter to Canadian workers. Economic policies shouldn’t be dominated by banks and corporations.
CUPE members and the public services they deliver every day are the engines that drive our economy; locally, nationally and globally. We need to be part of the discussions that affect the economy in our communities and around the world.
CUPE is committed to building an economy that works for everyone, one that makes taxes fair and invests in the public services Canadians can depend on.
A strong economy is a fair economy.
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