Thank you to all that took the time to take a knee against racism. This small show of support sends a message that you support the cause and more importantly opened the conversation with those around you about racism/diversity in the workplace and in [...]
There’s a lot of misleading information circulating about “Shared Risk Indexing”, from OMERS management, and from other Sponsor Organizations. Here’s the truth about OMERS “Shared Risk Indexing” proposal.
On behalf of the Local 416 Executive Board, we are asking all Local 416 members to take to a knee at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 9th, for one minute, to show your support for the fight against racism of all kinds.
CUPE Local 416 and Toronto Community Housing are pleased to announce that we have reached a new, five-year collective bargaining agreement.
The bargaining teams have worked diligently over the past months in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic to successfully reach the agreement. The term of the agreement is from January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2024....
This week is #ParamedicServicesWeek (May 24 to 30). #ThankYou to the paramedics who play an integral role on the front lines of our health care system every day, especially during #COVID19ON. We appreciate you! http://bit.ly/3ep49s1 #PSweek
.@CityofToronto Thank you to all of our staff @Local416 who are going out daily to make sure our City stays clean!! #Ward24 #ScarbTO #TOpoli https://twitter.com/cityoftoronto/status/1258070362677555200
Today, I delivered 5,000 face masks to #CUPELocal416 @Local416 employees work ensuring, garbage, recycling picked up; potholes repaired, water in our taps safe to drink. They have gone to work for us every day during the COVID-19 crisis http://karygiannis.net/wp/2020/05/05/may-5-2020-distribution-of-face-masks-to-the-toronto-civic-employees-union-local-416/
The city has filled more than 85,000 potholes this year — despite COVID-19. Here’s the reason why https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/the-fixer/2020/05/04/the-city-has-filled-more-than-85000-potholes-this-year-despite-covid-19-heres-the-reason-why.html via @torontostar