CUPE Local 416 represents over 8000 outside workers in 12 important units across the City of Toronto.

Our members are there for Torontonians 365 days a year and, in turn, we are there for our members.

As part of a year-long promotional campaign, we’re putting the spotlight on 416 units to highlight the hard work and dedication that go into providing our great city with quality public services each and every day, and to remind everyone that we truly are stronger together. This is a multimedia campaign that uses a variety of outlets including CP24 ads, digital billboards, radio ads and social media platforms to promote our members and the work they do.

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This isn’t new. Encampment is a big problem for the @cityoftoronto. The reality of the affordability & housing crisis is only becoming more visible in Toronto, says harm reduction worker @Diana_C_McNally on the most recent episode of #LeftLookingIn


LISTEN NOW! This month, we hear from @Diana_C_McNally, a community harm reduction worker and CUPE 416’s own Philip Austin to discuss the impacts and realities of encampment in the @CityofToronto & the importance of a long-term solution. #topoli #onpoli ➡️

🎙️ Tune in to the latest episode of #LeftLookingIn, discussing the issue of #encampment in @CityofToronto.
We break down the stark realities - more people are sheltering outdoors & how critical this moment is for our city.


"Wait times for ambulances are at crisis levels... w/ reports that a 99-year-old woman waited more than 4 hours with a cracked vertebrae... What’s causing these delays, and what are the solutions?"
Listen to the Current w/ @mattgallowaycbc

#toronto #onpoli

Lack of ambulances left 92-year-old woman waiting for help, Toronto paramedics' union says | @CBCNews

"The only answer is you have to have more ambulances out there to meet the demand."

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#statuscodered #toronto #onpoli #TOpoli #canpoli #CBC