25 October 2022

Non-profit aims to improve Canadians’ financial literacy amidst soaring inflation

November marks Financial Literacy Month (FLM), and this year’s theme focuses on helping Canadians manage their debt.
25 October 2022

Pendant que l’inflation s’emballe, un organisme à but non lucratif cherche à améliorer la littératie financière des Canadiens

Novembre est le Mois de la littératie financière (MLF), dont le thème cette année est d’aider les Canadiens à gérer leur dette.
20 October 2022

Most incumbent Peel councillors, mayors disappoint on commitment to better resident care at regional LTC homes

With the municipal vote this coming Monday, CUPE 966 asked all regional council incumbents including the mayors about their commitment to better long-term care at Peel’s municipal homes. 
18 October 2022

CUPE Windsor-Essex paramedics call for more provincial funding to alleviate ambulance shortage crisis; endorse emergency declaration by Essex County

The provincial government needs to take decisive action and fund the solutions that will alleviate the ongoing crisis of ambulance shortages in Essex County, says the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 2974.
17 October 2022

CUPE calls for the immediate addition of 120 hospital staff at Sudbury’s HSN to deal with fall/winter COVID wave and flu season

Today, the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) called for the immediate addition of 120 full-time staff at Sudbury’s Health Sciences North (HSN) to deal with higher patient volumes from this fall and winter’s COVID-19 wave and the coming flu season.
17 October 2022

Une nouvelle étude révèle que chaque trottinette électrique en location libre-service rapporte plus de 11 000 dollars canadiens aux économies locales du Canada chaque année.

À l’occasion de la Semaine de la PME, Neuron Mobility, le principal opérateur de trottinettes électriques, a publié une nouvelle étude soulignant les avantages économiques que les trottinettes électriques en location libre-service ont sur les villes du Canada.
17 October 2022

New Research Finds Every Rental E-Scooter Contributes Over CDN $11,000 to Local Economies in Canada Each Year

Rental e-scooter riders have been responsible for injecting an estimated $13 million a […]
14 October 2022

Nissan Canada et Waze s’associent pour ramener les autocollants Garde-Flos et contribuer à une saison d’Halloween plus sécuritaire

MISSISSAUGA (ONTARIO) –/HEBDO-PRESSE/– En ce mois d’octobre, pour la troisième année consécutive, Nissan […]
14 October 2022

Nissan Canada and Waze partner to Bring Back Glow Guards for a Safer Halloween Season

MISSISSAUGA, ON –/COMMUNITYWIRE/– This October for the third year, Nissan Canada is once […]
14 October 2022

Education Workers to Enter Mediation in Pursuit of Student Success and Good Jobs

The central bargaining committee for Ontario’s lowest-paid frontline education workers will enter into mediation with the Ontario government and Council of Trustees’ Associations (CTA) on October 17.
14 October 2022

Les travailleurs et travailleuses de l’éducation entament la médiation dans la poursuite de la réussite des élèves et de bons emplois

TORONTO (ONTARIO) –/HEBDO-PRESSE/– Le 17 octobre, le Comité de négociation central des travailleurs […]
13 October 2022

The Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences (CASTL) Officially Opens Charlottetown Biomanufacturing Training Facility

The Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences (CASTL) today officially opened their new CASTL Biomanufacturing Training Facility located in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
13 October 2022

PointClickCare Announces Partnership with findhelp to Improve Social Determinants of Health Care Outcomes for Vulnerable Populations

Collaboration between top technology platform and leading social care network will better support […]
12 October 2022

Durham education workers near unanimous in strike vote amid stalled local talks

While two Durham-area school boards turn to unqualified staff to fill vacancies, education workers are united in their fight to improve schools, better serve students, and secure good jobs.
6 October 2022

CUPE 543 Windsor city workers to deliver Thanksgiving dinners today in partnership with Windsor-Essex food bank association

CUPE 543 city workers will be distributing gift hampers to individuals and families in need in Windsor this morning as part of a charity drive in partnership with the Windsor-Essex Food Bank Association.