Today ends this month’s national and global campaigns promoting solutions to fight gender-based violence, as well as domestic violence experienced by women.
The Polytechnique tragedy is commemorated annually as Canada’s National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, which also falls within the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, an international campaign that runs annually from November 25 to December 10.
From November 14 to November 28, members were asked to review and vote on CAPE National Executive Committee business: the annual budget; audited financial statements; appointed auditors; and a resolution.
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) interviewed Movember’s Canada Country Director, Todd Minerson, who kindly accepted our invitation to tell us more about the movement, its different campaigns, and to educate us on some of the unique health challenges faced by men.
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) warmly welcomes the new Cabinet as announced by the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau on November 20th, 2019.
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This year's theme will be diversity in the workplace. The federal government mirrors our society which is in constant change and evolution. Diversity is one of the many strengths of the federal public service.
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) welcomes the results of the federal election 2019 and stands ready and open to work with the new government.
On January 15, 2018, CAPE filed an “unfair labour practice complaint” to the Federal Public Service Staff Relations and Employment Board (FPSLREB) alleging that the Treasury Board had failed to implement the EC and TR retro payments within the 150-day implementation deadline of October 21, 2017.
Between February and June 2019, Greg Phillips, the President of the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE), participated in annual general meetings across the country.