Every year on March 20, we celebrate the International Day of La Francophonie – a day that is marked by global activities designed to promote the French language and its cultural expressions.
If the COVID-19 crisis has brought to light some of the inadequacies of our healthcare system, it has also revealed how little prepared our public institutions were to deal with a nation-wide health crisis of this scale.
In celebration of International Francophonie Day and in the context of the French Language and Francophonie Week, CAPE hosted on March 23 a panel discussion on institutional bilingualism with a special focus on the particular challenges faced by Francophones.
On Monday, March 8, a delegation from the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) led by its President, Greg Phillips, met with Annamie Paul in her capacity as leader of the Green Party of Canada.
On Sunday March 21, the global community will observe the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. This day is a call to action to end and speak out against systemic injustices in our society.
We are pleased to inform you that we have reached an agreement with the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS).
March 8 is International Women's Day, an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate women’s achievements, and through its #FeministRecovery theme, recognise the impacts COVID-19 has had on women and support an inclusive recovery.
As part CAPE’s activities marking Black History Month, we spoke with Atong Ater, an EC member at Fisheries and Ocean Canada and a member of the Federal Black Employees Caucus (FBEC).
As part of Black History Month, CAPE interviewed Annamie Paul, leader of the Green Party of Canada.
On Tuesday, February 9th, a delegation from the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) led by its President, Greg Phillips, met with Hon. Erin O’Toole - member of Parliament from Durham, Ontario - in his capacity as the Leader of the Official Opposition.