On Tuesday, December 14 we sent members an email to update their passwords in our new membership system.
During this year’s collective bargaining negotiations, the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) sought to secure strong language on telework.
Members of the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) belonging to the Library of Parliament (LoP) bargaining unit, have voted in favour of ratifying the tentative agreement that was reached with the Treasury Board Secretariat in November.
Pursuant to CAPE’s Constitution and Bylaws, all members in good standing are asked to vote on a proposed resolution, to approve the budget for fiscal years 2024-2025, the Association’s financial statements for 2022 and the choice of the auditing firm. Members are also asked to vote for their preferred candidates for president, vice-president and director positions for the next National Executive Committee mandate.
1. CAPE has put out the most well participated survey in its history last year on the Return to the Office mandate. That is great, it shows it was a pressing matter, one that was…
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) would like to remind its members that its positions and statements are always released through the official channels of the CAPE National Office – email, newsletter, and website.
This year marks 20 years since the Social Science Employees Association and the Canadian Union of Professional and Technical Employees joined forces to create the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE).
Today, we remember the lives of transgender people that have been lost to hate and anti-trans violence. To honour their memories, we must commit to supporting the trans community and actively fighting transphobia when we witness it.
Canadian Association of Professional Employees is committed to its mandate to represent our members in the workplace
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) is governed by its Constitution, which states that the Association’s mandate is to represent our members in the workplace. CAPE has more than 25,000 members across Canada, and our duty is to represent every one of them with the same level of understanding and commitment.
On November 08, CAPE announced that it had reached a tentative collective agreement for members of the Library of Parliament. Details of the new agreement are available here.