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Budget Subcommittee at City Hall – January 22, 2024

Local 416 Secretary Treasurer, Domenic Maugeri, stressing the importance to City Council in investing in the worker during his Budget Deputation on Monday, January 22, 2024.

Domenic advocated for Council to “invest in the worker the same way they do in tech and infrastructure, and that retention of the worker should be top priority.”

Local 416 Paramedic Chair, Mike Merriman, ringing the alarm bells at his public deputation at Budget Committee about the dire state of paramedic services due to years of under investing.

“This has prompted me to speak up for not only my members I represent but the patients that they serve. We are witnessing an alarming and unprecedent level of paramedic resignations.”

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Hear what Toronto Deputy Mayor, City Councillor Amber Morley had to say about the Toronto Budget and what Mayor Olivia Chow has done to put a focus on low-income & racialized communities, understanding the importance of putting money into social supports and public spaces Toronto communities need. #BlackHistoryMonth➡️ local416.ca/left-looking-in/ ... See MoreSee Less
Celebrating the Year of the Dragon at the Chinese Workers Network Lunar New Year Banquet.Great to support an amazing event and meet up with our friends from Canadian Labour Congress - Ontario Region (CLC), Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL), Lily Chang, Laura Walton, NDP Leader Marit Stiles and Mayor Olivia Chow. ... See MoreSee Less
Welcoming back our Local 416 members at this year’s Work Selection. Make sure to connect with us with any questions or concerns. We have many Local 416 reps here to help you throughout the process! ... See MoreSee Less

CUPE Local 416 Twitter

CUPE 1490 members were joined by their fellow CUPE Ontario members, OPSEU and CUPE 416 who shared their solidarity at a rally yesterday in the fight for a better deal ✊🏾📢🪧

These members have been on strike for far too long, and the employer has done everything they can to…

The people in our public offices matter. On our newest episode of #LeftLookingIn #topoli Deputy Mayor @CllrAmberMorley talks about her experience in office, and what it means in terms of priorities for the black community. #BlackHistoryMonth

➡️ https://local416.ca/left-looking-in/

🎙️ Exciting news! 🎉 Join us on the latest episode of Left Looking In as we celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth with #topoli Deputy Mayor @CllrAmberMorley & strategist @JAWalker!

Listen now: ➡️ https://local416.ca/left-looking-in/

Hear what #topoli Deputy Mayor @CllrAmberMorley had to say about the Toronto Budget and what @MayorOliviaChow has done to put a focus on low-income & racialized communities. #BlackHistoryMonth

➡️ https://local416.ca/left-looking-in/

Day 2 of Work Selection for our members selecting seasonal work. There are over 1500 available positions this season.

Local 416 representatives will be onsite to facilitate & answer any questions or concerns that members have.

Best wishes to all members involved!

📰 In today’s Toronto Star:

Staffing issues faced by the City, the challenges for our Paramedic members including workload and burnout.

Full article here:

https://mailchi.mp/local416/toronto-star-feb-19-6228679

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We are in your neighborhood, at your service!

Local 416 Executive members Ted Aivalis, Domenic Maugeri, Anthony Fracassi and our volunteers are in Scarborough at McCowan District Park this afternoon - come and join us in giving back to the communities we live and work in!

Family Day is just around the corner and we are proud to support City of Toronto Councillor Parthi Kandavel’s 1st Annual Family Day Skating Event taking place tomorrow.

Lace up your skates and come and join us for some fun!

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