Canadian Union Of Public Employees


Flight Attendants vs. Air Canada

TORONTO - The union representing Air Canada flight attendants is taking the federal government to court, saying that allowing the airline to fly with fewer flight attendants poses a serious safety iss...

It's Only Fair

In many ways the Canadian Union of Public Employees is a much different union than it was 50 years ago, as evident from the photos from our founding convention. The delegates who gathered in Winnipeg...

Deadline Looms For Teachers

TORONTO - The deadline for Ontario's teachers to reach agreements with their local school boards is tonight at one minute before midnight.Ontario Education Minister Laurel Broten is urging those schoo...

B.C.: Net Zero Only Way to Hold the Line

Net zero would be a powerful model to bring to the municipal bargaining table. Unfortunately, with our current city hall dynamic, it's going to take serious political will and taxpayer support. Failure to do so will mean even more property tax dollars pulled from your pocket in 2012 and beyond.

Toronto Headed For Lockout?

The head of one of Toronto's unions says a lockout is almost a certainty in January because the city wants to target so-called jobs for life provisions. "The city's initial offer is a direct attack o...

Air Canada Strikes Tentative Deal

MONTREAL - Air Canada (TSX:AC.B) said Monday it has reached a tentative collective agreement with the union representing about 6,800 flight attendants. The Montreal-based carrier said the deal with th...